Raw Citrine Earrings
Introducing our stunning Raw Citrine Earrings, showcasing the natural beauty of this gorgeous crystal. With little to no silver work encasing the crystal, the focus is entirely on the unique features of the citrine gemstone.
Crafted from high-quality raw citrine, each earring is as one-of-a-kind as the wearer themselves. The crystals are carefully selected for their warm golden hues and beautiful clarity, giving off a subtle glow in the light.
These earrings are designed to be simple yet elegant, with the natural shape of the citrine crystals left intact. The stones are set in a secure, minimalist setting that showcases their beauty without distraction.
With their delicate yet distinctive appearance, these raw citrine earrings are perfect for any occasion, adding a touch of natural glamour to any outfit. Whether you’re looking for a unique addition to your collection or a thoughtful gift for someone special, these earrings are sure to impress.
Please note, as we have multiple in stock, this image is a representation of the shape, colour, style and crystal you will receive. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to see a photo of your exact pair before we post them to you.
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Citrine Crystal Healing Properties
Citrine is thought to be a great manifester. It is believed to help clear and activate the lower chakras, the powerful points in our energy system for manifestation and creation work. Also, this crystal helps us maintain direction and overcome obstacles.
Similarly, it may assist with setting proper emotional boundaries and clearly maintaining them. In addition, many find this crystal has a joyful, playful energy that can bring light and optimism.
History and Uses
The name Citrine, comes from the French word citron meaning lemon. It was used as a gemstone in Greek jewellery as long ago as 300BC. This crystal varies in colour from the deep amber of heat treated Amethyst, to the pale yellows and browns of the natural variety.
Citrine is a member of the quartz family, a silicon dioxide mineral with a hardness of 7. Its yellow colouring comes from the inclusion of iron in the quartz.
Natural Citrine is mostly a pale yellow colour, while the darker, more orange specimens are often heat treated Amethyst. The latter is the most widely found and popular type of Citrine. Deposits are found in Brazil, Africa, Madagascar, Spain, Russia, France, Scotland and the USA.
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