Citrine Sunrise Splendour at The Garden Of Adin

Citrine Sunrise Splendour
at The Garden Of Adin
Estate platinum engagement ring with huge citrine of almost 10 crt from the antique jewelry collection of Adin Antique Jewelry Store, Antwerp, Belgium

Petty pretty jewelry trivia
Quartz is the second-most-abundant mineral in the Earth's continental crust with many different varieties, one of them called Citrine. The color of Citrine ranges from a pale yellow to brown. Because natural citrines are extremely rare, most commercial citrines are heat-treated amethyst. The name Citrine is derived from Latin citrina which means "yellow" and the Irish word for quartz is "grian cloch", which means "stone of the sun". 

Antiqualy yours,
The Adin team
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