Citrine Gemstone Rings
A varietal of the mineral quartz, citrine is a vibrant gemstone that is associated with positivity and success. Naturally occurring in a range of citrusy tones and saturations, the color of gemstone used in our citrine gemstone ring designs at AZEERA is a light-to-medium yellow-orange that pairs beautifully with pink tourmaline, aquamarine, and peridot.
Recently Purchased Citrine Rings
Natural Citrine Engagement Rings
Stand out from the crowd and save money for your honeymoon with a unique natural citrine engagement ring. A bright and tangy color, citrine is a mood-lifting and refreshing gemstone that looks magnificent in a large solitaire setting and is much more affordable than diamonds.
A Bright and Elegant Cocktail Ring
If you love wearing gemstones at galas and parties, a citrine gemstone ring offers you an affordable option that you can pair with your cutest cocktail dresses and stilettos. Combine with white gold to bring out the bright color of the stone or with yellow gold to bring out the stone’s inherent warmth.
Our gems are cut in the size and dimensions as we state. One-carat gem will always be one-carat gem.
Proper symmetry and proportions directly result in a more visually appealing gem.
The surface of every facet is clear and crisp leaving you with only a mirror like finish and sharp edges.
The position and shape of the facets are consistent around the gem showing off our immense attention to detail.
Well-cut gems have ideal proportions to optimize brilliance and sparkle. Our gems are not cut maximize rough yield.
Choose the Best of the Best with AZEERA
At AZEERA, we draw on over 70 years of gemstone jewelry expertise to create breathtaking jewelry and inspect our gemstones at least seven times before they are offered for use in your citrine gemstone ring. You can learn more about gems and gemstone jewelry by reading our educational guides.
Please contact us for individual guidance and advice while designing your citrine ring and shop our beautiful gemstone jewelry today.
THE LIFE OF A GEM
FOLLOW THE GEM AS IT TRANSFORMS
Gem material mined from the earth. Rough is uncut un-shaped natural gemstones or crystals, usually without excess rock and ore.
The basic shape of the gem. Creating preform is a process done by sawing or using coarse abrasives to grind the gem into a workable shape.
The gem in a more refined shape. Cutter prepare the gem for faceting by attaching it to dop stick with wax. The gem is them shaped with a higher abrasive.
The gem with the basic faceting pattern. The facets are defined, but not perfect. There is extra material on the gem so cutters can polish it with precision.
A finished gem. Cutters use a higher abrasive to slowly smooth the surface. All facets are polished with the edges meeting to form proper corners.