Citrine Crystals for Sale - Polished & Natural Clusters

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Citrine

Citrine crystal, a fairly rare stone, is a cheerful and bright crystal coveted by collectors and crystal enthusiasts due to its positive energy and association as a crystal for prosperity. Citrine possesses a translucent tan to yellow coloring, but can sometimes even have a brown hue. Natural citrine is believed to have the power of the sun and symbolizes happiness, growth and positivity among other uses.


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  • Whale Crystals
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  • Natural Citrine Cabochons
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  • Natural Citrine Faceted Gems
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  • Brazilian Citrine Double Points
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  • Brazilian Citrine Points
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  • Super 7 Bracelet
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  • Citrine Points
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  • Tumbled Smoky Citrine
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  • Morocco Citrine Crystals
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  • Raw Citrine Crystal Jars
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  • Congo Citrine Clusters
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  • Polished Citrine Points
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  • Natural Citrine Point Crystals
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  • Semi-Polished Citrine Points
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  • Heated Citrine Bracelets
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  • Natural Citrine Clusters
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  • Congo Citrine Clusters
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  • Tumbled Ametrine (Amethyst & Citrine)
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  • Tumbled Citrine
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  • Citrine Keychain
    Natural citrine crystal keychain.
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  • Natural Citrine Bracelet
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What is citrine?

 

natural citrine crystals
We offer a variety of citrine crystals in different forms such as citrine clusters
(very rare to find), raw citrine chunks, tumbled stones, citrine points and citrine jewelry and more. Read more about citrine at the bottom of the page!? 

 

Natural citrine is durableand scratch resistant which is why it is commonly used in jewelry and engravings. It’s a hard stone and is rated 7 on the Mohs scale. It is also a November birth stone and also a symbolic gemstone for the 13th wedding anniversary.

 

What does citrine look like?

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Citrine is a transparent and even translucent member of the crystalline quartz family. This crystal can be found in pale tan, yellow, bright orange, and deep reddish-brown colors. Although we will get into the colors a bit more and what they mean in terms of natural vs. heat treated Citrine.

You can easily identify Citrine by its glass-like feel, smooth edges, and hardness, especially the ones from Brazil. You can also easily identify Citrine from other similar stones by its even coloring. Most Citrine crystals have a fairly even color hue throughout the stone.  They are almost always a polished or carved point or piece when they come from Brazil.  These citrine crystals will generally also be a tan coloring for the most part with some hues of yellow from iron or may sometimes also be ‘smoky’ and a darker brown coloring.

Natural Citrine also forms in clusters in SOME locations like DR Congo.  These citrine clusters are often referred to as Kundalini Quartz and have a grown pattern like ‘candle quartz’.  They often have one larger point and several tiny ones around the sides of it. It is VERY rare to have citrine grow in natural cluster formations…. Which brings us to…

heat treated citrine

Although quartz is one of the most common stones on earth, the citrine variation is quite rare in comparison. Because of their rarity, these gems are often faked through heat treatment. Exposing amethyst crystals to high heat levels can bring out yellowish or orange tones (sometimes brown) and then is passed off as Citrine. Example of the heat treated one is shown on these bracelets. Heat-treated stones will have bits of opaque white, usually at the base (or ‘tooth); this is a tell-tale sign that it is an amethyst.  You will want to keep an eye out for these as many sellers still call it ‘Natural Citrine’ since it is not a synthetic crystal. I will always point out if I have it, but it is rare I bring in heat-treated citrine.

 

 

Where does citrine come from?

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There are deposits of citrine in Brazil, DR Congo, Morocco, Madagascar, Uruguay, Spain and Scotland, just to name a few.  A HUGE percentage comes from  Brazil.  Natural citrine is still rare to find, hence amethyst and smoky quartz are sometimes heated to obtain a golden yellow color to desire.  I will ALWAYS note if something in my shop is heat-treated. You can distinguish a natural from a fake by the evenness of color all around the stone. Fake citrine has a bright yellow to orange/reddish tint to it and you can usually tell it was once formerly amethyst.

 

Citrine Crystal Meaning

The citrine crystal is most commonly association with prosperity and abundance.  You can actually keep this in your ‘prosperity corner’ if you are into Feng Shui (the back left corner of your space).  Citrine is believed to dispel negative energies.  Due to its inability to hold on to bad energies, the stone is one of few that does not require clearing or recharging. This means it is also helpful through a difficult phase or time in your life.  It will encourage confidence in oneself and balance emotions by uplifting your mood during dull days.

Citrine has been known to have the ability to bring happiness, joy, creativity, and happiness. These gems can be incorporated into meditation or worn in jewelry as a way to take advantage of these abilities.

 

What does citrine do?

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Citrine crystals are a powerful spiritual tool. You can use citrine to awaken the mind, body and spirit to a higher self. Citrine activates success and abundance and is a representation of good health and well-being. It also invites earth energy which invokes grounding and stability. Citrine is a go to stone when you feel off balance.

Citrine is also key in balancing the sacral and solar plexus chakras. Balanced chakra has a lot of healing benefits to the body, aids mental clarity and focus and improves creativity. For meditation, citrine is used as manifestation of light.

 

More about Citrine

Additionally, Citrine is believed to help assist in manifesting and achieving goals. It is common for Citrine money trees to be placed around the home to welcome abundance, prosperity, and positivity.  You can also place a Citrine in the ‘Prosperity Corner’ of your home or workspace.  This would be the back left corner of the building (when facing the front door from outside).

 

Citrine is a 7 on the Mohs hardness scale, making it harder than a steel nail. Although hard, Citrine can be brittle and may break easily.

 

Chakra: Root, Sacral, and Solar Plexus

Citrine Localities: Brazil, DR Congo, Russia, India, Madagascar, Sri Lanka and the United States

Birthstone: Alternative for November

Citrine Crystals for Sale - Polished & Natural Clusters

Citrine Crystal

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