5 MM pair round citrine natural citrine faceted loose citrine high quality citrine calibrated size 5 MM gems for making jewelry yellow gems

Sold by GemArtLtd
$3.00
+ $20.00 shipping
$3.00
+ $20.00 shipping
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Preparation takes 1-2 business days
Arrives from Israel
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Features
Handmade
Made in Ramat Gan, Israel

Item details

You are looking at our genuine natural Citrine pair for making jewelry. The size 5 MM round cut.

Gem Type: Natural Gemstone
Shape: Round
Quantity- 2 Pieces
Color: Fine Light Honey
Measurement: 5 MM
Cut: Top quality cut
Clarity: Fine
Code: CTSR 5021

Citrine is a member of the quartz family. It comes from the French word Citron which means lemon. Citrine was cherished by the ancients as a gift of the sun and was thought to be a powerful antidote to the venom of snakes.

Feel free to write us about anything, ask questions and give us feedback.
We will be happy to help you with anything you need.

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Gem Art is a company that manufactures, supplies, and trades in diamonds and colored gemstones. We supply diamonds and gemstones to the most exclusive clients in the biggest trading centers worldwide. The owners are strongly rooted in the industry for over four decades and have gained an impeccable reputation of highly skilled merchants.

Mission of statement - Obligation to Quality, Quantity, and Uniqueness
- Gem Art will provide you with certified diamonds and gemstones checked by known gemological institutes.
- Gem Art will provide you with large quantities and at the same time keep our excellent quality.
- Gem Art will provide you with unique gems, special size, rare color or unique cuts. It can meet any request.

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Gem Art assures its clients the most competitive prices, precision, and efficiency as required of a first-class gemstone company.

Our services:
Assessing and evaluating
Gem art has the experience and the reputation to give you an accurate assessment of your diamonds, gemstones, and jewelry.
Please contact us for assessments and evaluations meeting your specific needs.

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Cutting services
Gem art can provide you with cutting services. For rough or fine cut assuring full exploitation of the stone.
Please contact us for receiving information over our cutting service.

Our office is open Sunday - Thursday, 9 AM – 6 PM Israel standard time.

Eastern +7 hours
Central +8 hours
Mountain +9 hours
Pacific +10 hours
Europe +2 hours


FAQs

You should find out some things about the person your shopping for. Things like her/his birth month or favorite color, for example if your shopping for your friend who was born on August you could consider getting her/him a Peridot gemstone which is Augusts' birthstone or if your friends favorite color is red you could go with a Ruby

When shopping for a gemstone you should really look for that connection between you and the gem, Choose a color and a shape that you like. You can also read about the gem and find out more about it (you can find out more about each gem by logging to the gem's page).

Choosing a color is a personal matter and it depends on your personal taste. But colors do symbolize certain emotions, Here are some tips: Red- romance, passion, action Blue- calmness, truth, peace, spirituality Green- nature, life, fertility Yellow-joy, wisdom, energy Pink- love, hope Brown- earth, nature, life Purple- mystery, magic, mystical Orange- endurance, strength, durability Black-depth, stability White- pureness, cleanliness, beauty Gray- maturity, security

Unless clearly specified, the gemstones and diamonds you see in our site are 100% natural untreated and uncolored gems and diamonds. We do however sell heated gemstones which are natural gemstones that are professionally heated to increase their natural color; these gems are clearly specified at the site as heated gems, for example our heated yellow sapphire. We also sell created gemstones such as ruby and emerald, and those are clearly specified as created ruby and emerald. Gems are mined all over the world and in every continent. Many of the world's gems are extracted from Africa, Asia and South America, others are found in center and North America, Europe and Australia.

A cabochon is a gemstone shaped and polished as opposed to faceted, usually resulting in a convex top and flat bottom form.

Sapphire and Ruby are sisters, both from the corundum family. The real difference between them is the color; while sapphires exist in a large verity of colors (except red) rubies are only red. Basically if it's red it's a ruby and if it's not red it's a sapphire, Also rubies a rarer and harder to find especially big rubies. Sapphires exists in every color, the most popular color is blue. Making a very large color family sapphires are found in every color of the rainbow. There's pink, blue, purple, white, brown, yellow, green and more.

Discovered many years ago, oil treatments in emeralds reduce the visibility of their fissures, increase their luster and clarity. The oils used in these treatments are natural oils and these treatments are very popular, common and accepted by gemologists and jewelers worldwide. When buying emeralds you should be aware that the emerald you are buying has probably (99%) been treated with oil..

Most emeralds do have inclusions. Emeralds are from the beryl family they are known for their many inclusions and fissures. These inclusions happen during the millions of years that take an emerald to naturally evolve. The emerald stone is so recognized for its inclusions that many people won't even consider buying one unless it's included doubting its authenticity.

A created gemstone is cut from a lab grown crystal. This crystal possesses the same physical properties as a natural crystal but is grown in laboratories in order to speed up its growing process. These crystals and gemstones usually have much less inclusions and better color than commonly found gemstones.

The most expensive gemstone is the Ruby. Made from Corundum, the second hardest substance on the mohs scale, with a rating of 9. Rubies are red but come in a verity of red shades: pinkish red, orangish red or purplish red. The most precious and desirable rubies are red with a hint of purple hue, these Rubies are so called "pigeon's blood" and are mostly found in Burma. Large Rubies are rarer then large diamonds and it is their rarity which makes them expensive.

You should find out some things about the person your shopping for. Things like her/his birth month or favorite color, for example if your shopping for your friend who was born on August you could consider getting her/him a Peridot gemstone which is Augusts' birthstone or if your friends favorite color is red you could go with a Ruby

When shopping for a gemstone you should really look for that connection between you and the gem, Choose a color and a shape that you like. You can also read about the gem and find out more about it (you can find out more about each gem by logging to the gem's page).

Choosing a color is a personal matter and it depends on your personal taste. But colors do symbolize certain emotions, Here are some tips: Red- romance, passion, action Blue- calmness, truth, peace, spirituality Green- nature, life, fertility Yellow-joy, wisdom, energy Pink- love, hope Brown- earth, nature, life Purple- mystery, magic, mystical Orange- endurance, strength, durability Black-depth, stability White- pureness, cleanliness, beauty Gray- maturity, security

Unless clearly specified, the gemstones and diamonds you see in our site are 100% natural untreated and uncolored gems and diamonds. We do however sell heated gemstones which are natural gemstones that are professionally heated to increase their natural color; these gems are clearly specified at the site as heated gems, for example our heated yellow sapphire. We also sell created gemstones such as ruby and emerald, and those are clearly specified as created ruby and emerald. Gems are mined all over the world and in every continent. Many of the world's gems are extracted from Africa, Asia and South America, others are found in center and North America, Europe and Australia.

A cabochon is a gemstone shaped and polished as opposed to faceted, usually resulting in a convex top and flat bottom form.

Sapphire and Ruby are sisters, both from the corundum family. The real difference between them is the color; while sapphires exist in a large verity of colors (except red) rubies are only red. Basically if it's red it's a ruby and if it's not red it's a sapphire, Also rubies a rarer and harder to find especially big rubies. Sapphires exists in every color, the most popular color is blue. Making a very large color family sapphires are found in every color of the rainbow. There's pink, blue, purple, white, brown, yellow, green and more.

Discovered many years ago, oil treatments in emeralds reduce the visibility of their fissures, increase their luster and clarity. The oils used in these treatments are natural oils and these treatments are very popular, common and accepted by gemologists and jewelers worldwide. When buying emeralds you should be aware that the emerald you are buying has probably (99%) been treated with oil..

Most emeralds do have inclusions. Emeralds are from the beryl family they are known for their many inclusions and fissures. These inclusions happen during the millions of years that take an emerald to naturally evolve. The emerald stone is so recognized for its inclusions that many people won't even consider buying one unless it's included doubting its authenticity.

A created gemstone is cut from a lab grown crystal. This crystal possesses the same physical properties as a natural crystal but is grown in laboratories in order to speed up its growing process. These crystals and gemstones usually have much less inclusions and better color than commonly found gemstones.

The most expensive gemstone is the Ruby. Made from Corundum, the second hardest substance on the mohs scale, with a rating of 9. Rubies are red but come in a verity of red shades: pinkish red, orangish red or purplish red. The most precious and desirable rubies are red with a hint of purple hue, these Rubies are so called "pigeon's blood" and are mostly found in Burma. Large Rubies are rarer then large diamonds and it is their rarity which makes them expensive.



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