Citrine Gemstone Beads, Round, 4mm #21-884-054-09

SKU 21-884-054-09
Approximately 4mm round gemstone beads for jewelry making. India-Cut Citrine. These beads have been enhanced to bring out their natural beauty. The name citrine comes from the French citron, or "lemon," for its color.
Gemstone beads from India tend to be made from high-quality stones, but their cut and polish tends to be less precise. As a result, these beads may be slightly irregular in shape with holes that are sometimes off-center, rough, and/or small.
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Brand: R & T
Country of Origin: India
Bin: WH-I-09
Sold by: strands
20% OFF!
Reg. Price:
1 - 9 $7.50
10+ $5.00
Sale Price(s):
1 – 9$6.00
10 +$4.00
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More Details

Citrine is a form of quartz, and many citrine gemstone beads on the market today are actually heat-treated amethyst - possibly including ours. Both citrine and topaz are popular gemstones for November birthstone jewelry. Citrine, with its warm sunny yellow, symbolizes joy and abundance, and is associated with the sacral chakra (creativity and manifestation). Like all colored forms of quartz, citrine components should be stored away from prolonged exposure to strong light or heat. With these precautions, citrine jewelry will last for many generations!

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Approx. Size

Approx. 4mm

Approx. Hole Size


Additional Specs

92-112 beads, 16" strand



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Holes Super Small

by BeachGirl| 11/25/2014 0:00:00

Stones are ok, however the holes are not drilled .5-1mm as noted in description. One side would be so small you barely could see if it was drilled or not. My smallest string could not be strung through, forcing me to ream the beads by hand- not thrilled about that. ****************************************** Thank you for your review. It's true, our India-cut stones are usually not drilled as well as stones cut in other parts of the worls. We apologize that this was left out of the description, and have now added it so no one else is caught off-guard by this issue. --Rings & Things