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A naturally occuring variety of quartz, it's a mixture of amethyst and citrine with areas of purple and yellow. Different temperatures create the colour gradient as the crystal is formed. Whilst there are some deposits in Brazil and India, most Ametrine is mined in Bolivia. It is believed the first introduction of Ametrine was as a gift to the Spanish Queen by a conquistador after he received a Bolivian mine as a dowry.


Note: Photographing gemstones requires magnification and bright lighting.  Some inclusions are visible under these conditions just as if you were viewing the stones using a loupe.   Under normal conditions, these inclusions may not be visible with the naked eye.


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