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Citrine is a transparent, yellow variety of Quartz, ranging in color from pale to golden yellow, honey or almost brown, and may contain rainbow or sparkle inclusions. The name comes from the French word citron, meaning lemon.

Gemstone Name :- Citrine
Carat Weight :-  30 To 50 Carat
Gemstone Shape :- Oval
Gemstone Color :- Yellow
Stone treatment :- Lab Created 
Origin :- Brazil 
Transparency :- Translucent 

Payment: Regional clients can pay via bank/cash. The international clients can pay only via Paypal/Bank.

Handling time: 1 day (varies with the order)

Added Service: Gemstone set custom size, colour and shape and jewelry making Decades of Experience in jewelry Industry > Export in more than 25 countries > Paypal verified world seller.

About Gemstone: Citrine is usually a pale yellow to golden orange colour and gets this colour from traces of iron. It is a rare gemstone in its natural state - many commercial citrine gemstones are heat treated amethyst or smoky quartz which usually gives a reddish colour. Citrine is mined in Brazil, Malagasy Republic, USA, Spain, Russia, France and Scotland. It measures 7 on Mohs hardness scale. Most commonly type of Citrine found in markets is the heated Amethyst or even smoky Quartz. Its name is derived from French word ‘Citron’ meaning ‘Lemon’. This joyful stone is believed to bring good fortune and prosperity in life. In the ancient era, this gemstone used to give the wearer protection against the snake’s poison as well as evil thoughts. It was also used by the Greeks around 300 BC. It clears the aura, and promotes wellness in totality. It is generally an inexpensive gemstone requiring low maintenance due to its sturdiness and is available in varied sizes and shapes. To preserve it for longer period, always refrain from exposing it to direct sun light and heat for prolonged time. Citrine is a substitue of Yellow Sapphire stone. Citrine is a very affordable gemstone, which makes it a popular gemstone among jewellers. It's also very durable, making it a perfect gemstone to wear in everyday jewellery.

Nowadays however, the stone is not as rare, and thus, the use of citrine has little to do with opulence and luxury anymore. In fact, for years, Citrine became so cheap and plentiful, no one took it seriously. Now however, there is a full-scale renaissance for this gem. Its bargain price is no longer a handicap, but an asset, as it allows for use of very large stones in jewelry. As part of the trend, jewelry makers are using big, bold gems- many cut in a cubist manner, to give lots of splash for the money. Citrine has found favor with budget minded women looking to expand their wardrobes with affordable pieces of jewelry. When it comes to providing earth-toned colors for women on a budget, citrine has no real competition.

*Shipping and Delivery:

Processing of orders;

Processing time for all orders is normally 1 days business days.

For manufactured and custom orders it may take 7-12 business days to complete.

Normal Shipping:

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Shipping is made from India by USPS/India registered Post. The parcel is shipped by our shipping agent and the tracking number is provided on the shipper website in 1 day business time

The parcel is trans-shipped to USPS and the USPS tracking number may take 3-5 business days to show up on their website. and parcel delivered within 7 to 15 days

Expedited Shipping:

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Expedited shipping is available by DHL /FEDEX/UPS/DHL. It takes 1-2 business days to ship after the usual processing time. Delivery is made within 5-7 business days thereafter.

Some countries and outlying states may take additional few days to deliver.10 days

How To Measure Ring Ring Size At Home

 

Worried about how you’ll get the measurements? Don’t panic just yet. There are several methods you can use to know how to measure ring size.

Ring sizing chart DIY ( clearopal.com )

METHOD 1. USE A STRING/FLOSS

To measure with a string, you will need the following:

  • String/Floss
  • Ruler
  • Pen/Marker

How to measure:

  • Cut a string that is about 6 inches long.
  • Fold the string around the base of the finger, just below the knuckle.
  • Mark where the string ends with the pen.
  • Place the measured string on the ruler with the area marked on your right.
  • The number closest to the pen mark is the circumference of the ring in millimeters.
  • Use the ring size chart above to translate the measurements into a ring size.

METHOD 2. USE A STRIP OF PAPER

To measure the ring size using a strip of paper, you will need the following:

  • A strip of paper
  • Ruler
  • Pen/marker

How to measure:

  • Cut a thin strip of paper about 100 millimeters long.
  • Fold the thin strip of paper around the finger at the base and close enough to your knuckle.
  • Mark the area where the two ends of the paper strip meet.
  • Use the ruler to measure the length in millimeters to give you the circumference.
  • Convert the measurement to the appropriate ring size, using the ring size chart above.

METHOD 3. USE A RING THAT FITS YOU

To measure the ring size using a ring that fits, you will need the following:

  • A ring at home that fits the finger that will wear the engagement ring
  • Ruler

How to measure:

  • Measure the internal diameter of the ring (that’s the hole inside the ring, excluding the metal).
  • Write down this measurement in MM, and use the conversion chart above to find your ring size. 

If you are buying loose diamond and want to know the carat weight and sizing details please check this diamond sizing chart at our website . the chart contains all popular shapes and their size in mm with their carat weight.  Click Here 

If you are buying loose Moissanite and want to know the carat weight and sizing details please check this Mossianite sizing chart at our website . the chart contains all popular shapes and their size in mm with their carat weight. Click Here

 

 

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