Citrine. November birthstone.
Both November birthstones are known to have calming energies while bringing fortune and warmth to the wearer.
They believed the citrine birthstone could soothe tempers and calm the wearer.
The ancient Greeks carved rock crystal ornaments that glistened like permafrost. Roman pontiffs wore rings set with massive purple amethysts, and citrine has been reported in Roman jewelry. It was particularly popular in colorful Scottish jewelry from the Victorian era. Citrine, believed to derive from the French word for “lemon” (citron),
Citrine is given for the thirteenth wedding anniversary.