Citrine varies in color from yellow to light brown and is easily confused with citrine. The yellow color in citrine is due to the presence of iron oxide in water. Natural citrine is scarce and produced in few places, with only Brazil and Madagascar producing high-quality Citrine in limited quantities. Amethyst and nicotinite are often heated to make them change color and look like citrine, or even fake citrine. Citrine has complete joints, citrine has no joints, and the lowest refractive index of citrine is 1.61, while the highest refractive index of citrine is 1.55.
Citrine, a fluoro-silicoaluminate mineral, is formed by steam exhaled from igneous rocks during crystallization and occurs in the pores of rhyolite and granite. Because it is often associated with tin ore, it can be used as a marker to search for tin ore. Citrine is generally columnar or irregular granular or block, there are a variety of colors, some colorless and transparent, but also yellow, blue, green, red, brown and other colors, glass luster, Citrine color in the sun for a long time under exposure will fade. Citrine can be used as grinding material or instrument bearing. Transparent and beautiful citrine is a precious stone.
|Place of Origin||Brazil|
|Gemstone Shape||Oval Brilliant Cut|
|Gemstone Weight||According to the size|
|Available shapes||Round/Square/Pear/Oval/Marquise shape|
Common color has colorless, pink, yellow and blue to wait. The common gem that mixes easily with citrine photograph basically has crystal, aquamarine, tourmaline and glass imitation to wait for a few kinds, what mixes easily among them most is yellow crystal. In fact, apart from the softer, slightly fluffy appearance of citrine, it is extremely difficult to distinguish the two from each other to the naked eye, which is the fundamental reason why citrine can cause people to doubt its value in the market.\