Brazilian Citrine Crystal Cluster, metal base, 17.4 lbs & 13.5" Tall Model #5496-0044 by Brazil Gems
Extra Quality Citrine Crystal Cluster beautifully displayed on a metal base that will immediately draw the attention of your guests with its striking shape and amber color crystal points shooting out.
Inside the crystals you can see a storm of activity that was millions of years in the making. It will be a great gift to a loved one or as a piece to cherish in your family for generations to come.
- Overall Height w/ Base: 13.5"H
- Gemstone Width: 10.5"W
- Gemstone Depth: 7.5"D
- Gemstone Height: 10.5"H
- Base Size: 6.5"W x 6.5"D
- Total Weight w/ Base: 17.4 lbs
Disclaimer: This is a natural gemstone crystal sold as is and as you see it in its images and video. It is the exact one you will receive. It may contain natural imperfections and/or imperfections, scratches, broken edges and repairs (including a clear glue to stabilize loose crystal points) from the extraction, polishing, prepping and mounting processes. The metal base has been hand welded to fit this specific crystal, then painted black. Light not included. As is the case for the majority of Citrine on the market from Brazil, this Citrine has been heated to give it its beautiful amber color.
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.