Many of these citrine clusters were discovered as part of a recent find in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This specimen is a great example of citrine. There is some damage to a few of the cluster's points, in addition to iron oxide inclusions.
Size: 3.2 x 2.2 x 1.3 in.
Weight: 4.5 oz
Location: Democratic Republic of the Congo
Citrine is a variety of quartz. It gets its name from the Latin word "citron". The color of citrine is not fully understood. Some citrine is colored from aluminum-based centers and irradiation. This is similar to smoky quartz. More common, commercial-grade citrine is often amethyst that has been heated to extreme temperatures, essentially baking it to the proper color. This is citrine by scientific standards.
Citrine is known as the light maker. It boosts joy, optimism, and success on all levels, especially business-related goals. It also acts as a protective spiritual cleanser.
Chemical Formula: SiO₂
You will receive the citrine cluster pictured. Colors may vary based on screen size and resolution.