Ametrine is a rare variety of biclour quartz that is produced in finite supply at only one mine in the world: the Anahi Mine in southeastern Bolivia. It features purple amethyst and golden yellow citrine together in a single crystal that, when cut a certain way, can resemble a pinwheel or peppermint swirl candy. Ametrine’s name is a combination of amethyst and citrine, though in Bolivia it is often called “bolivianite” because it has been designated as the country’s national gemstone.
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