Citrine Cathedral



Citrine is a variety of quartz ranging from pale yellow to brown. This color is caused by a microscopic distribution of colloidal ferric hydroxide impurities. Citrine was first appreciated as a golden-yellow gemstone in Greece during the Hellenistic Age between 300 and 150 BC. 

Why We Love This:
These gorgeous cathedrals mimic the volcanic stone where the geode was found, and as decoration, you have a piece of amazing earth in your living room!