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WILLS shares ~ [November Birthstone - Citrine]

WILLS shares ~ [November Birthstone - Citrine]


Posted at 18:00 • 15 Nov

Last week, WILLS JEWELLERY introduced you to topaz, but this month’s protagonist is not just topaz? Citrine, the most popular among businessmen, is actually the birthstone of November!

Citrine , together with topaz, is known as the birthstone of November and is also the gemstone for the thirteenth wedding anniversary. Citrine's name comes from the French word " citron ", which is translated as "lemon". Yellow has been a color of nobility and wealth in China since ancient times. Hong Kong people believe that citrine brings good fortune, and they will bring it to gamble to get good luck. Among them, golden citrine is the top color on the market.

In European Greek mythology, citrine is also a symbol of wealth: Legend has it that the golden fleece is the most valuable treasure. At night, the golden fleece will emit a dazzling golden light. It is guarded sleeplessly by an evil dragon in the sacred forest. The evil dragon Possessing the power from Ares, the god of war, whenever someone comes to the sacred forest, the evil dragon will make a terrible and piercing roar, making it unapproachable. And one hero, Jason, took the citrine that was given by Hera in Greek mythology, which was more shining than the golden fleece. The dragon was very confused. When he couldn't look away, Jason took the opportunity to take off the golden fleece. He quickly fled the sacred forest.

The hardness of citrine is 7. Natural citrine is actually a natural amethyst rough stone. When the geothermal heat exceeds 550 degrees Celsius, the dicarboxylic acid is converted into tricarboxylic iron, which makes the raw stone appear yellow. It is the reaction between iron and quartz crystal. As a result, the output of natural citrine is less than that of natural amethyst, and the price is more expensive. However, there are many citrines on the market that imitate natural principles and use natural amethysts that have been heat-treated, which is more suitable than natural citrines.


WILLS JEWELLERY Citrine (Citrine)

WILLS JEWELLERY carefully selects citrine from Brazil - the dazzling yellow color symbolizes wealth and confidence, elegance and elegance, and is paired with a variety of classic surrounding stone designs to make the color of the gems brighter and highlight the wearer's unique personality. personal style.

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In addition to being a "merchant's stone" and attracting wealth, citrine has other meanings in different cultures.

The Egyptians used citrine to make amulets; the ancient Greeks believed that citrine could increase good luck and allow the wearer to generate invisible power in emergencies; occult science pointed out that citrine is similar to the archangel Gabriel. Frequently, citrine was worn to pray for Gabriel's blessing; in the Middle Ages, people believed that yellow stone could heal physical and mental disorders, and citrine was also believed to eliminate anger.

Citrine today symbolizes happiness, health, wealth, and happiness. It can make people calm and feel comfortable; it can also enhance self-confidence and make people decisive in dealing with problems. Wearing it regularly can make people more logical, scientific, rational and strengthen their memory; it can also help eliminate emotional troubles and improve interpersonal relationships. Its function and symbolic meaning are similar to those of topaz.

Chanel, the founder of Chanel, was originally named Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel, the same name as the Archangel Gabriel. It is said that she often wore a citrine ring to pray for protection from Gabriel. Pictured above is a collection of citrine jewelry from her private collection.


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