In the deco period between the World Wars, citrine was highly prized and greatly used.
It was worn and made famous by the stars of the time such as Greta Garbo and Joan Crawford. It then entered a period of under use. It was a gem that was not treated seriously; a victim of its own commonness.
However, recent finds of rare colors of citrine have made it more desirable and sought after.
In the fashion conscious jewelry world, shades range from a Madeira wine color to golden sapphire to an orange imperial topaz like aura.
Citrines excel at color variance and hardness ( 7.0 on Mohs hardness scale) its lower price makes it an ideal candidate for fantasy shapes and cuts.
$30 to $200 per carat.
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