Our Ametrine Lapidary Grade Rough Specimens are all natural color, unheated and untreated!
See also our natural Chevron Amethyst Rough.
When amethyst and citrine form together it is known as ametrine. Ametrine is very rare in nature. It is being mined today at just a few locations around the world, the most famous of which is the Anahi Mine in Bolivia. We specialize in unheated and untreated real ametrine that was mined in the earth! Right now, we are offering natural raw ametrine in all qualities including some rare gem-grade ametrine crystal specimens!
See our selection of real ametrine gemstones that were handcrafted from natural ametrine crystals! Be sure to see our real ametrine jewelry items set with these genuine ametrine gemstones.
Many of our ametrine crystals & mineral specimens are suitable for lapidary use as superior grade ametrine facet rough.
Each of our ametrines is an untreated natural ametrine! We don't have any man-made ametrine or diffusion treated ametrine - just real untreated ametrine gemstones. We do not heat treat or irradiate any of our ametrine. Many gem dealers sell heated and irradiated "ametrine". Here at mineralminers.com, we do not sell any heated or irradiated ametrine! We specialize in superior quality natural color ametrine crystals, gems, jewelry & rough. We have natural ametrine lapidary rough available for faceting gemstones and also for making cabochon ametrine gemstones.
See also our page displaying natural color ametrine jewelery in 14k Gold.
Yellow to orange color quartz is known as citrine. Be sure to see our citrine rough.
Quartz with purple color is known as amethyst. See also our page displaying natural color amethyst rough.
We have a large assortment of genuine ametrine jewelry items in stock including ametrine necklaces, ametrine pendants, ametrine earrings, ametrine bracelets and ametrine rings. We have these natural ametrine jewelry items available in 925 sterling silver and also in solid 14k gold. Each one is a handcrafted genuine ametrine jewelry design.
Please see the links below for more natural ametrine items.
Information about genuine ametrine and its history, physical properties, chemistry, occurance, and metaphysical uses is displayed on our ametrine information page.
To see more Ametrine photos, just select another linked image displayed below.
To see photos of another mineral variety, select any item category link in our Mineral Inventory & Factsheet Index.
We do have additional lapidary grade ametrine rough pieces in stock.
Many of our natural ametrine mineral specimens and crystals also have gem-grade areas inside and can be used as superior grade ametrine gem-faceting rough. Some of our ametrine spheres also have large gem grade areas inside!
Be sure to let us know if you have any natural ametrine requests.
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Would you like us to inform you when we add on this page more natural ametrine lapidary rough? We have a very large inventory of natural lapidary rough in stock, so be sure to let us know if you have any ametrine lapidary rough special requests.
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