Collection: Ametrine

Ametrine is a unique gemstone that combines the colors of amethyst and citrine, two varieties of quartz. It typically displays zones of purple amethyst and yellow to orange citrine in a single crystal. The distinct color separation is due to variations in oxidation states of iron within the crystal structure during its formation process.

Ametrine is relatively rare compared to its parent gemstones, amethyst and citrine, and is primarily found in Bolivia, particularly in the Anahi Mine. Its captivating color combination makes it highly prized for use in jewelry, where it is often faceted into gemstones for rings, earrings, pendants, and other accessories.

In addition to its aesthetic appeal, ametrine is believed to possess the combined metaphysical properties of both amethyst and citrine, such as promoting mental clarity, creativity, abundance, and spiritual balance. It is often used in crystal healing practices and meditation to help align and balance the mind, body, and spirit. Overall, ametrine is valued for its unique beauty and perceived energetic qualities.