Gemstones | Citrine
Citrine is rare in nature. In the days before modern gemmology, its tawny colour caused it to be confused with topaz.
People have used quartz in jewellery for thousands of years. Egyptians gathered ornately striped agates from the shore and used them as talismans, the ancient Greeks carved rock crystal ornaments that glistened like permafrost
Citrine is a birthstone for November. It’s also recognised as the gem that commemorates the thirteenth anniversary.