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Citrine Quartz 2.89ct 10×10.3×5.3mm Golden Yellow Natural Gemstone Brazil

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Citrine Quartz

Weight : 2.89ct

Dimension: 10×10.3×5.3mm 

Origin: Brazil

Treatment: Heat

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  • Citrine Quartz Gemstone 2.89ct


    Product Id ak77
    Price Per Carat 300
    Weight 2.89ct
    Shape/cut Pear Brilliant Cut
    Colour Golden Yellow
    Dimension 10×10.3×5.3mm
    Clarity Excellent
    Transparency Transparent
    Origin Brazil
    Treatment Heat

    Certification: Extra 300rs Chargeable

    Payment Option: Payumoney

    Shipment Details

    Express Shipping: 3 to 4 Days 

    Economy Shipping: 7 to 14 Days 


    All Gemstones Are Natural 

    All Photos Are Of The Actual Gem For Sale

    Return Policy: 10 Days Money-Back Returns*

    Size And Weight

    Gems Are Always Weights In Carats And Cents

    One Gram = 5 Carats

    One Carats = 100 Cents

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    Citrine Quartz Gemstone 2.89ct

    Properties Of Blue Topaz

    Chemical Composition : SiO2 [Silicon dioxide]
    Hardness: 7.0
    Specific Gravity (Density) : 2.60 – 2.65 (g/cm3)
    Refractive Index : 1.544 – 1.553 Uniaxial (+)

    About Citrine Quartz Gemstone

    Citrine is the yellow variety of Quartz, one of the most common minerals on Earth. It is a member of the Quartz Group that also includes Amethyst and Ametrine. It comes in a variety of colors, from pale yellow to deep orange. The color is due to traces of ferric iron added to the basic Silicon Dioxide formula.

    The yellow or golden-yellow variety of crystalline quartz, citrine has been called lemon quartz or cognac quartz, Brazilian topaz. citrine may be sold using this names-bit beware; if it is not clearly stated that the gemstone is a citrine, it may cause confusion or even mislead. It should be remembered that citrine and topaz are different minerals with different physical and chemical properties and therefore different values, with topaz generally the more expensive of the two.

    Citrine is often found with amethyst, though amethyst is more common. Amethyst and smoky quartz can be heat treated to give citrine, which may be why it is sometimes called burnt amethyst. Gemstones may be called ametrine when both amethyst and citrine can be seen in the same gemstone.

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