AMETHYST(Jamunia) occurs in many shades, from lavender pinkish to a deep purple. Those with a more pinkish tone (20-30%) is named “Rose De France“ and darker tone is African Amethyst. An interesting discovery is “Moroccan Amethyst” which has red flashes in Purple, unique to Amethyst family. This is Untreated in nature and is obtained from Hills in Morocco.
CITRINE(Sunela) has a stunning, vibrant and glowing yellow, orange tantalizing tone that seems to have magically captured the last glow of a sunset. Quality Citrine can brighten up even the dreariest of winter days. The most valuable citrines are the natural gems in the saturated colors, known in the trade as Madeira Citrine. The color of Madeira ranges from golden to golden-orange to reddish-brown to brown. With a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale it is very resistant to scratches and as it does not suffer from any cleavage problems, it is an incredible all-round winner for jewelry designers.