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    Citrine is the traditional gem to give for a thirteenth wedding anniversary, and is often substituted for topaz as the birthstone for November.

    In Quartz family, as a purple gemstone, It is known as Amethyst, and was treasured by the Roman gods as a talisman to ward off the intoxicating powers of Bacchus. In its golden form, Citrine, the ancients revered it as a gift of the sun and a powerful antidote to the viper's venom.

    Citrine, derived from the French word for lemon, in all of its glorious golden and yellow colors, is the most affordable of all the earth-toned gemstones.

    The principal sources of Citrine are Brazil and Madagascar.

    Occasionally, Mother Nature combines the colors of Amethyst and Citrine into a single, exciting gemstone we call Ametrine.