Citrine Cluster Votive Candleholder, ~7.5" tall #5557 by Brazil Gems
Brazilian Citrine Votive Candleholder to add charm to any decor. This listing is for one candleholder and many have been photographed together so you can see how they naturally vary in shape, color and size.
The clusters have rough edges and felt-covered bottoms. Candle is not included, but glass votive holder is.
- Average height to top of candle glass: 7" - 7.75"
- Average cluster length: 5" - 7"
- Average cluster width: 3.25" - 4.25"
- Average weight: 1.5 - 2.1 lbs
Disclaimer: The images and video seen for this item are the SAMPLE photos, therefore the actual candleholder you will receive will vary slightly. Each votive candleholder we sell and ship out is unique due to the natural differences of each citrine base and the photos are samples of actual ones we had on hand at the time of photographing them. We encourage you to look at the different sample photos to see how each candleholder's base can differ from another. The citrine bases can vary in overall size, shape, crystal shapes & points and color and the metal stakes holding the candles can vary in length and straightness. This means the one that you receive will truly be unique. They may contain natural imperfections and broken edges from the extraction and prepping processes. Much of the Citrine in circulation today was originally amethyst that had been heated in a kiln to mimic the natural geo-thermal heating process that gives citrine its beautiful range of amber colors, which is the case for this item.
CITRINE: Abundance - Luck - Creativity
Citrine can invite sunshine by connecting you with your inner fire to achieve goals, powers of creativity and optimism. Often associated with the Solar Plexus Chakra, Citrine is said to be a stone that cannot hold negative energy. It is believed to balance and enhance positive energy. Also known as the Success Stone, it can be a helpful totem to increase wealth. Much of the Citrine in circulation today including this item and other Citrine from Brazil, were originally Amethyst that have been heated in kilns, which mimics and speeds up the naturally occurring process that geo-thermal heat hadn't yet had a chance to do which is to give these gemstones their beautiful range of amber colors. The heating process does not alter the molecular structure of the stone.