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Ametrine rectangle cut sides, 3.98 carats, origin Brazil0 €
Ametrine diamond cut, 20.73 carats, origin Bolivia0 €
Pear-shaped ametrine, 34.70 carats, origin Bolivia1,200 €
Ametrine, rectangle cut with cut sides, 8.92 carats, origin Brazil300 €
Ametrine rectangle cut sides, 5.63 carats, origin Brazil230 €
Ametrine rectangle cut sides, 6.74 carats, origin Brazil254 €
Ametrine rectangle cut sides, 5 carats, origin Brazil0 €
Ametrine rectangle cut sides, 4.67 carats, origin Brazil180 €
Ametrine, rectangle cut with cut sides, 4.86 carats, origin Brazil0 €
Ametrine has various two-tone tones
The name ametrine comes from the contraction of the names “amethyst” and “citrine”, given the two colors that this quartz brings together from the other two fine stones.
Ametrine is a two-tone variety of quartz, partly amethyst and partly citrine, it is a fine stone that comes mainly from Bolivia and Brazil.
Ametrine has various bicolor tones ranging from yellow colors to the lilac range, and deep purple.
The difference in coloring between the two parts of the stone is due to the different stages of oxidation of the iron present in the crystalline structure of the quartz.
The cut gem ametrine
It is a gem that is cut in such a way that its two colors appear, one next to the other, taking into account the color gradient in its transition zone.
The cut gem ametrine appeared in the 1980s, and has since experienced growing interest by gem collectors, but also among jewelry and jewelery professionals.