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| We can suplly untill
20 kilos per month of Rough Citrine Brazil Stones with only great
Red color stones, great crystallization and cleaning (At least 90% clean),
with the following sizes:
5 - 8 grams - 13%
8 - 13 grams - 30 %
13 - 20 grams - 23%
20 - 30 grams - 21 %
30 grams up - 13 %
| We can suplly orders untill 40 kilos
per month of Rough Citrine CTB02 with good mix colors(Grade AAA
, AA and A color) , great crystallization and good cleaning , with the
5 - 8 grams - 12%
8 - 13 grams - 31 %
13 - 20 grams - 24%
20 - 30 grams - 20 %
30 grams up - 13 %
About the color this classification has 30% percent of red stones, 40% orange and 30% yellow stones.
We can suplly orders
untill 600 kilos per month of Rough Citrine CTB04 with stones
of great color, good crystallization and little cleaning, with the following
10 - 20 grams - 45 %
20 grmas up - 27 %
can suplly orders untill 2,000 kilos per month of Rough Citrine CTB04
with stones of good color, good crystallization and little cleaning,
with the following sizes:
5 - 10 grams - 42 %
10 - 20 grams - 33 %
20 grmas up - 20 %
|We can suplly orders untill
300 kilos per month of Rough Citrine Brazil Stones with stones of
great color, good crystallization and little cleaning, with the
2 - 5 grams - 25 %
5 - 10 grams - 31 %
10 - 20 grams - 21 %
20 grams up - 23 %
can suplly you with 1000 kilos per month of Rough Citrine Brazil
Stones with stones of good color, good crystallization and little
cleaning, with the following sizes:
2 - 4 grams - 47 %
4 - grams up - 16 %
We can suplly you with 12 Tons
per month of Rough Citrine Brazil Stones with stones of good color,
crystallization measured and any cleaning, with the following sizes:
1 - 5 grams - 43 %
5 - 10 grams - 32 %
10 - 20 grams - 25 %
Color: Pale yellow to a madeira orange in all of its glorious golden and yellow colors. The yellow color is from the presence of iron, the darker the color - the higher the grade.
Description: SiO2 Citrine is transparent,
coarse-grained variety of the silica mineral quartz . Citrine is a semiprecious
gem that is valued for its yellow to brownish color and its resemblance
to the rarer topaz.
The name's origin: The name citrine is derived from the French word citron - lemon.
Birthstone: Citrine along with topaz are birthstones of Scorpius (Scorpion): Oct. 24 - Nov. 21 .
Wedding anniversary: Citrine is the anniversary gemstone for the 17th year of marriage.
Care and treatment: Citrine can be easily scratched. Citrine permenantly changes color if left in the sunlight for several hours, hence citrine jewelry should be kept away from prolonged exposure to strong light or heat.
From the stone history: Citrine is a gemstone which has been used in Greece since the Hellenistic period (end of the 4th to the end of the 1st century BC).
Shopping guide: Citrine is a beautiful
translucent yellow gemstone. The larger the stone, the more golden the
tone. It is a popular and affordable alternative to the much more expensive
yellow sapphire or yellow diamond. To create wondeful multi-colored
jewelry, it is often combined with other stones such as: peridot, amethyst,
Healing ability: Citrine is valuable
in the treatment of depression, it eliminates self-destructive tendencies.
Citrine is said to stimulate memory.
Mystical power: Citrine symbolizes
light-heartedness, joy and happiness. Citrine is a great protective
talisman. It calms and soothes.
Deposits: Citrine is found in
Brazil, Madagascar, Spain, Uruguay, Scotland, USA (California, Colorado,
North Carolina, Georgia, and Nevada) and Russia. Brazil is the main
source of citrine.
Citrine is any quartz crystal or cluster that is yellow or orange in color. Although often cut as a gemstone, citrine is actually somewhat rare in nature. Most citrines on the market have been heat treated. Specimens of low grade, inexpensive amethyst or smoky quartz are often cooked at high temperatures to produce the more profitable orange yellow citrine. Citrines whose colors have been produced by artificial means tend to have much more of an orange or reddish caste than those found in nature, which are usually a pale yellow. Much of the natural citrine may have started out as amethyst but heat from nearby magmatic bodies may have caused the change to citrine.
The citrine geodes available in
the trade are always (so far as I am aware) the result of heat treatment
of amethyst geodes.
Unfortunately for citrine it is
often confused with the more expensive orange-yellow topaz and is at
times sold as topaz by unscrupulous dealers. This practice has soured
many potential citrine fanciers who see citrine as a fake topaz and
not as a legitimate gemstone.