Ametrine is a quartz in which violet amethyst and yellow citrine occur in combination. Read more.
Ametrine is a quartz with combined purple amethyst and yellow citrine. This is caused by exposure to different temperatures during the growth of the quartz.
Ametrine and Bolivianite
The most beautiful Ametrine is found in Bolivia. Initially, Ametrine was called Bolivianite. Since these are two existing minerals, the stone is usually called Ametrine.
Ametrine as a gemstone
Amethyst has been used as a gems in jewelry for centuries. Nevertheless, for the common consumer, it has only been on the market since 1980. Then the first pieces of the Bolivian Anahi mine became available on the world market.
The working of Ametrine
Ametrine is believed to combine the action of citrine and amethyst. In addition, it also has its own unique effect and helps to relax the stone, takes away the nativity and eliminates the prejudice.