Bolivian ametrine, natural unheated stone. Rough material came from the Anahi mine, the largest producer of natural ametrine in the world. The finished gem has a lot of yellow, a little lavender, and where they mix together a pleasant pink color.
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No two ametrines look the same because the colors in each gem combine in a unique way.
Ametrine, one of the rarest types of transparent quartz, combines two colors: amethyst’s purple and citrine’s orange-to-yellow, growing together in a single crystal.
There is only one commercial source for ametrine: the Anahi mine in Bolivia.