rogaine cost For sale is a 14K Yellow Gold Honey Golden Orange Citrine Ring Size 7 featuring natural diamond accents. The ring size is 7 and it is in excellent lightly used condition. Total carat weight is 1.15 carats and the total weight of the ring is 2 grams. The citrine has a bright orange honey color which is sparkly and very clear. The inside of the ring is hallmarked 14K, and the ring has been tested with acid and is guaranteed to be 14K gold. Overall, this is a beautiful energetic oval cut 14K Yellow Gold Honey Golden Orange Citrine Ring Size 7 for your jewelry collection.
nizral shampoo price Metal: 14K Yellow gold
Gemstone: Citrine, 8mm
Total Carat Gemstone Weight: 1.15 CTS
Condition: Other than a little wear to the band it is excellent.
Accent Gemstone: Diamonds, natural
Citrine is one of the most popular gemstones available today. It belongs to the very large family of quartz (SiO2) gemstones. More specifically, it is the yellow to golden-orange variety of gemstone-quality macrocrystalline quartz (silicon dioxide). The name ‘citrine’ was derived from ‘citron’, a French word meaning ‘lemon’, although its color tends to be more golden rather than lemon-yellow.
Natural citrine is actually quite rare and because it is more valuable than most other varieties of quartz, much of the citrine today is actually heat-treated to obtain its attractive golden color. Almost all heated citrine will exhibit reddish tints. Citrine is very closely related to violet purple amthyst, another variety of macrocrystalline quartz. The only difference between citrine and amethyst is the oxidation level of iron ions (Fe3) present in colorless quartz crystal. When quartz is heated, iron impurities are reduced, resulting in less violet-purple color and more golden to orange colors. Ametrine is the natural bicolor combination of both golden citrine and violet amethyst in a single specimen.
Identification and Location:
Citrine can be easily identified through its distinct quartz properties. It is one of the few gemstones that naturally occurs in golden to yellow colors. Although citrine deposits can be found all around the world, Brazil is the world’s leading supplier. Other notable sources include Argentina, Bolivia, France, Madagascar, Myanmar (Burma), Namibia, Russia, Scotland, Spain, Uruguay and Zambia.
Citrine is known to occur with excellent transparency. Eye-clean specimens are quite common leaving little reason to buy citrine stones with visible inclusions. Citrine has an attractive vitreous luster when cut and polished.