Citrine is a member of the quartz family and one of the most popular yellow gemstones
Citrine is defined as “a pale yellow quartz resembling topaz.” Amethyst and citrine are both varieties of quartz, one of the most common minerals in the Earth's crust. The natural abundance and infinite variety of quartz have made it the most widely used of all gem minerals. You can read more about Citrine in our Gem Guide section.
Wearing citrine is said to cleanse and reinvigorate the spirit and remove negative or toxic energies. It is believed to also promote self-healing. Citrine can be found in many places in the world, but often comes from South America (Brazil and Bolivia), Sri Lanka, etc
Citrine is usually quite a clean gemstone, free of most inclusions and makes it perfect for jewellery.