Birthstone Of November Topaz And Citrine Stone

Month: November.
Star sign: Scorpio (November 1 - November 21) Sagittarius (November 22 - November 30).
Stone for you: Topaz & Citrine.
Topaz and Citrine are the stone for the people born in November, explore Zanvari collection to pick your favorite.
Topaz is a gemstone with many colors, Because it is an allochromatic gemstone, it can also be colorless. Any color in it is caused by inclusions, crystal structure flaws, or trace elements from various added metals. Golden Topaz is a name for stunning yellow crystals with a hint of orange. Defects in the crystal lattice may be to blame for the yellow color. The gemstone's element is fire, and it is associated with the sun. It is the November birthstone, along with citrine, but the blue variety of topaz is associated with December and the fourth wedding anniversary. The pink variety of topaz is best suited to Sagittarius and Aquarius, while the blue variety of topaz is best suited to Pisces and Scorpio. Light blue topaz is referred to as sky blue, topaz with medium blue tones is called Swiss blue and richer darker blue color gemstones are known as London blue.
The name Citrine is gotten from the citron organic product, a yellow organic product like the lemon. ( Citron actually means "lemon" in a number of languages.)The majority of heat-treated citrine acquires a shade of deep orange or slightly reddish. As a rule, the more deeply hued stones are the most important, incorporating those with ruddy colors. Citrine with a light yellow hue can exist naturally, but it is uncommon; The intense yellow form is typically irradiated and referred to as "Lemon Quartz" in the industry.

Citrine is a gemstone with very low prices in all of its color ranges. Most of the time, people mistake it for orange-yellow Topaz, which has a body and color that are very similar.
Derived from the Greek name “Topazios”, Topaz has been a beloved gemstone and has been primarily known for its variety of colors. Topaz gemstone, which was first thought to have been discovered in Germany in 1737 and then again in Brazil in the 1740s, was quite mixed up with other gemstones from different eras. Before Europe recognized topaz as an allegory of wealth and status, the gemstone was known for its healing properties.
Citrine has been used as an ornament for a long time. In fact, the stone was used as a decorative gem in Ancient Greece between 300 and 150 B.C. Scottish men in the 17th century added citrine to the handles of their swords and daggers for decoration. However, there is evidence that citrine was used to make entire sword handles. All the more as of late, citrine was especially famous during the Workmanship Deco time between The Second Great War and The Second Great War. Movie stars wore large and elaborate citrine jewelry at this time.
  • Blue Topaz is a 4th Anniversary gemstone.  Blue Topaz brings truth and wisdom.  It aids in clear communication.  Blue Topaz helps in bringing body, mind and spirit into union.  It assists in recognizing where you have strayed from your own truth.
  • Yellow Topaz strengthens faith and optimism.  It assists in recognizing your own abilities, instills a drive toward recognition and attracts helpful people.  Bestows charisma and confidence with pride in abilities. 
  • It is interesting to note that Citrine is referred to as the "success stone" and is said to radiate positive energy. This is true whether citrine is your birthstone or just a beautiful gemstone in your collection. When the Scottish men infused their weapons with this strikingly golden gem, it's possible that they were aware of what they were doing.
  • In an emotional sense, the stone is said to help its bearer strengthen their self-esteem. It's also thought that citrine can bring about a more positive and vibrant flow of energy in and around the body.

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