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Citrines are best known for their bright yellow color!

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Citrine is a variety of quartz that ranges in color from pale yellow to brown. It is often used as a gemstone and is relatively affordable compared to other precious gemstones. In recent years, citrine has become increasingly popular as a choice for jewelry and home decor due to its beauty and affordability. The popularity of citrine is also partly due to its association with its supposed healing properties. Citrine is found in many locations around the world, including Brazil, Spain, France, Russia, and Africa. The most important citrine-producing countries are Brazil, Spain, and Madagascar. Citrine is also quite a hardy stone, with a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale, making it durable and resistant to scratches and chipping. 

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Birthstone of November

Citrine is the birthstone for November, and it is said to bring good luck, success and prosperity to those who wear it. Its yellow color is associated with the sun, which is a symbol of life, vitality and energy. Citrine is also said to help with emotional balance and clarity of thought. It is also said to be a powerful stone for manifestation and abundance, making it a popular choice for people who want to attract wealth and abundance into their lives.



Citrine is a variety of quartz that ranges in color from pale yellow to brown. The most valuable and sought-after citrine is a deep, rich yellow to orange-brown, sometimes referred to as "Madeira" or "burnt orange" citrine. Citrine is typically a relatively affordable gemstone and is often used in jewelry, particularly in rings, pendants, and bracelets.

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