Color Change Csarite (formerly called Zultanite) comes from only one mine in the world, that is the Milenyum mine in Turkey. See the photos for the range of color change in this stone. In daylight it looks yellowish and greenish, but in incandescent light (indoor light and candlelight) it changes to a beautiful light pink. This is rare material appropriate for jewelry.
Color Change Csarite
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High-quality Zultanite is currently mined at only one place in the world: in the heights of the Anatolian Mountains, 1,200 meters above sea level. The mine is located near the Turkish village of Selimiye. The mining of this gem began there in the mid-80s.
Zultanite is an extremely rare, transparent gemstone from the Diaspore mineral family, which can show the colours yellow, cognac, pink or red. The deeper reds are due to a higher concentration of manganese. Like the Alexandrite, the Zultanite shows an impressive Colour change.
Zultanite is named in honor of the 36 Sultans of the Ottoman Empire that ruled Turkey and beyond from 1299 to 1923.