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14K Strawberry Gold® Mint Julep Quartz™ 9  3/4 cts., Blue Topaz 1 cts., Forest Green Tsavorite™ 1/2 cts., Cinnamon Citrine® 1/4 cts. Pendant | SVGV 71

CINNAMON CITRINE®

The name citrine comes from the French word "Citron" meaning lemon, its color ranging from a juicy lemon yellow to orange brownish orange. Le Vian® Cinnamon Citrine® comes from the Rio Grande Del Sul region in Brazil, each gem selected for its spicy orange brown flavor. This popular neutral gem is the most affordable of the earth-toned gemstones and pairs perfectly with Le Vian® Honey GoldTM.

In ancient times, citrine was worn to deter from snakebites and the even more powerful venom of evil words and thoughts. This gem garnered a big following in the 40s in retro jewelry, with its sun kissed color and large stones brilliantly set against the bold gold of the era. Joan Crawford was often seen wearing an emerald-cut citrine ring that was more than 100 carats!

"Cinnamon Citrine® is among the original Le Vianese flavors, popularized through big stone, high profile designs that today remain a staple in many collectors' wardrobes. This spicy sun-kissed gem stands out within Honey GoldTM with accents of Chocolate Diamonds® and Vanilla Diamonds®"

FOREST GREEN TSAVORITETM

Tsavorite is a green garnet and, like other garnets, forms within metamorphic rocks; its rareness comes from its specific need for more unusual rock chemistries and special conditions to be in place in order for it to form.
The brilliant, high-grade green garnet is named in honor of the area in which it has only been found, the Tzavo National Park and the Tzavo River. The color scale of this gem is fresh and invigorating, ranging from a spring-like pale green to an intensely bluish-green to a deep forest green, which is the flavor of Le Viang Forest Green TsavoriteTM.

"We chose Honey GoldTM as a backdrop which intensifies the lively green flavor of Forest Green TsavoriteTM, one of the brightest green gems in the 50 Shades of GreenTM trend"