Ametrine Bead is a macro-crystalline diversity of quartz that occurs not often in nature. Most Ametrine in the market nowadays is replicated amethyst. Once amethyst is heated, it turns into diverse colors of yellow. For Ametrine Bead to occur physically, iron impurities, mixed with differing corrosion states are based with varied temperature.
In fact, the temperature of this stone would need to be somewhat higher compare with other surfaces.Ametrine Beads arrive in a range of colours from fair lavender to a deep mauve to yellow-purple to yellow-orange. It is an eye-catching combination of rainbow fluorite, citrine pearls or with peach moonstone. The sparkling shine of this stone picks up the light colours of yellow and purple.