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Ametrine Beads: The Fine Combination of Amethyst and Citrine Necklace

Ametrine is literally a non-singular quirky gem. It is an alloy of two minerals joined together. Its name Ametrine is actually derived from the duo of gemstone that was merged together and these are the Amethyst and Citrine gemstones. Both of the gemstone it is consisted of is part of the Quartz family.

It is a supremely unique mix of these pair auras.  Ametrine is the perfect example of a bi color or two in one stone for the minimalist crystologist.

It is also known as trystine or bolivianite. The last mentioned of which term is based to the fact that almost all Ametrine nowadays is gathered in the gem fields of the country, Bolivia.

It is possible that the first showing of ametrine in Europe was when the time of Spanish conquistadors brought it back from Bolivia, although it is also possible that it plainly was not recognized as anything besides a mix of amethyst and citrine in Europe until especially breathtaking pieces were brought back from the Americas.

Ametrine is shaped when small iron molecules locked inside the matrix of the quartz crystals begin to oxidize at different rates. This is usually due to differences in temperature between the two different parts of the stones. As you can imagine, this is a very unique and unusual situation to occur in the natural world!

It was such a valuable gemstone the first time it was discovered. However, Ametrine can be lab-created or synthesized.

Ametrine shares the properties of both Amethyst and Citrine and also its healing powers.

For all the gemstone lovers who both desires the gemstones Amethyst and Citrine then it is best if they acquire the two gemstones in one! Ametrine is the best to get because this gemstone got it all for them.