Origin and Etymology of citrine
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Recent Examples of citrine from the Web
See what an antique citrine rivière can do for that.
There’s also a destination spa with eco-holistic therapies like the Desert Gemstone Ritual (amethyst and citrine stones to help heal sore muscles and increase energy flow) and five—yes, five—excellent restaurants.
In the Chinese Art Deco carpets, central expanses in heady amethyst purple, emerald green, citrine yellow, fuchsia, teal and midnight blue are scattered with peonies and pagodas rendered in a simplified, stylized manner.
Cloches hold lustrous pieces made with rose quartz, amethyst, and citrine and sit on stunning live-edge tables by local furniture staple BDDW.
The unexpected pairing of green cobra, white python and citrine goatskin with both top handles and a shoulder strap reflect Medine's unique ability to layer pieces effortlessly and Peter Copping's modern feminine approach to design.
Stop by Space by Mama Medicine and choose a few crystals to help clear stagnant energy: A citrine point can strengthen personal power, and hematite with dragon fire quartz can absorb negative energies.
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First Known Use of citrine
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