Crystal Citrine Plaque On A Post Stand | Rare Earth Gallery

This elongated plaque with druze crystals looks ever so slightly like Argentina, is a rich, gooey caramel color with a fresh white base behind it. The elongated, angular shape of this crystal has a contemporary, modern edge to it. Then add the soft caramel color that adds a soft accent that smooths out the rough shape. Citrine’s name is derived from the French word citron, meaning lemon due to its color. Citrine has long been remarked upon for its subtle, honeyed beauty. Though the stone has an abundant history of being used in jewelry by ancient civilizations, Citrine is actually very rare today. Most Citrine seen on the market is actually Amethyst that has been heat treated to achieve a yellow hue. 

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Crystal Citrine Plaque On A Post Stand
This elongated plaque with druze crystals looks ever so slightly like Argentina, is a rich, gooey caramel color with a fresh white base behind it. The elongated, angular shape of this crystal has a contemporary, modern edge to it. Then add the soft caramel color that adds a soft accent that smooths out the rough shape. Citrine’s name is derived from the French word citron, meaning lemon due to its color. Citrine has long been remarked upon for its subtle, honeyed beauty. Though the stone has an abundant history of being used in jewelry by ancient civilizations, Citrine is actually very rare today. Most Citrine seen on the market is actually Amethyst that has been heat treated to achieve a yellow hue. 
$39.00
Product#: CitStP01-14-HZU
Crystal Citrine Plaque On A Post Stand