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Vintage Estate 9k Gold Yellow Natural Citrine Ring England Wedding Engagement

Vintage Estate 9k Gold Yellow Natural Citrine Ring England Wedding Engagement
Vintage Estate 9k Gold Yellow Natural Citrine Ring England Wedding Engagement
Vintage Estate 9k Gold Yellow Natural Citrine Ring England Wedding Engagement
Vintage Estate 9k Gold Yellow Natural Citrine Ring England Wedding Engagement
Vintage Estate 9k Gold Yellow Natural Citrine Ring England Wedding Engagement
Vintage Estate 9k Gold Yellow Natural Citrine Ring England Wedding Engagement
Vintage Estate 9k Gold Yellow Natural Citrine Ring England Wedding Engagement
Vintage Estate 9k Gold Yellow Natural Citrine Ring England Wedding Engagement
Vintage Estate 9k Gold Yellow Natural Citrine Ring England Wedding Engagement
Vintage Estate 9k Gold Yellow Natural Citrine Ring England Wedding Engagement
Vintage Estate 9k Gold Yellow Natural Citrine Ring England Wedding Engagement
Vintage Estate 9k Gold Yellow Natural Citrine Ring England Wedding Engagement

Vintage Estate 9k Gold Yellow Natural Citrine Ring England Wedding Engagement
On her November birthday, treat the one you love to this divine gemstone ring. 9K yellow, this scintillating choice captivates with a large 8.0 x 6.0 mm emerald-cut golden yellow citrine with a trio of glittering white sapphire accents. More than she can imagine, this enviable design is buffed to a brilliant luster. About Citrine – History and Introduction. Citrine is one of the most popular gemstones available today. It belongs to the very large family of quartz (SiO2) gemstones. More specifically, it is the yellow to golden-orange variety of gemstone-quality macrocrystalline quartz (silicon dioxide). The name’citrine’ was derived from’citron’, a French word meaning’lemon’, although its color tends to be more golden rather than lemon-yellow. Natural citrine is actually quite rare and because it is more valuable than most other varieties of quartz, much of the citrine today is actually heat-treated to obtain its attractive golden color. Almost all heated citrine will exhibit reddish tints. Citrine is very closely related to violet-purple amethyst, another variety of macrocrystalline quartz. The only difference between citrine and amethyst is the oxidation level of iron ions (Fe3) present in colorless quartz crystal. When quartz is heated, iron impurities are reduced, resulting in less violet-purple color and more golden to orange colors. Ametrine is the natural bicolor combination of both golden citrine and violet amethyst in a single specimen. The item “VINTAGE ESTATE 9K GOLD YELLOW NATURAL CITRINE RING ENGLAND WEDDING ENGAGEMENT” is in sale since Sunday, June 23, 2019. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Fine Jewelry\Fine Rings\Gemstone”. The seller is “4744366” and is located in Andover, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Total Carat Weight: 1.35 TCW
  • Style: Solitaire with Accents
  • Secondary Stone: Sapphire
  • Use Occasion: Engagement
  • Main Stone Color: Yellow
  • Main Stone Treatment: Not Enhanced
  • Metal Purity: 9k
  • Main Stone: Citrine
  • Sizable: Yes
  • Main Stone Creation: Natural
  • Occasion: Wedding
  • Metal: Yellow Gold
  • Brand: FULLY HALLMARKED CR
  • Ring Size: 8 1/4
  • Total Carat Weight (TCW): 1.35 TCW APPROX
  • Main Stone Shape: Emerald

Vintage Estate 9k Gold Yellow Natural Citrine Ring England Wedding Engagement