yellow quartz

yellow quartz

[′yel·ō ′kwȯrts]
(mineralogy)
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Yamanashi (Japan): Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday gave his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe two handcrafted stone bowls and dhurries made from rose quartz and yellow quartz stone sourced from Rajasthan.
Summary: Yamanashi [Japan], Oct 28 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe two handcrafted stone bowls made from rose quartz and yellow quartz stone and hand-woven dhurries, which have been specially crafted on the occasion of the former's visit to Japan for the 13th India-Japan annual summit.
This was full of streaks of yellow quartz, "showing a decided north and south strike"--a pseudo-technical observation that has no significance except to be unsophisticated.
CITRINE: This golden yellow quartz increases happiness, prosperity, generosity, creativity, confidence, energy, career success and enjoyment of life.
At Ste-Marie they were available as singles and intergrown groups of two or three individuals, although at their earlier debut at the 1995 Tucson Show some matrix pieces were to be had (and were picked up, very quickly) with elbaite implanted on large, pale yellow quartz crystals.
The Earth S Tones are: aquamarine, yellow quartz, limestone, coralstone, amethyst, sapphire and peridot green.
Box 2652, Renton, WA 98056) report that a new find of "ametrine" crystals (purple and yellow quartz) has been made at the Ani mine (also seen spelled "Anahi"), in extreme eastern Santa Cruz department.