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semiprecious yellow quartz resembling topaz

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Upstairs, the master bedroom has a light, fresh appeal, featuring bright floral wallpaper, citrine velvet cushions and vintage-style, mirrored, glass bedside tables with silver lamps.
The aqua push-up bra is studded with almost 3,400 hand-set precious stones, comprising 142 carats of white and yellow diamonds, pearls, faceted citrines and aquamarines, all set in 18-karat white and yellow gold.
Mauricio Monteiro, a Brazilian designer, has a stand-alone store in Iguatemi, which presented a variety of colorful Brazilian gems set in jewels, such as a necklace containing a selection of large citrines, amethysts, emeralds and other stones for around 64,000 reais.
The outer sphere is subtly inlaid with glittering diamonds, green peridots, blue topaz, purple amethysts, yellow citrines and pink rhodolites, representing the crescent moon which is the onset of Eid, a time of celebration.
The compact evokes a calming, balanced aura with yellow citrines that symbolize optimism, positive energy and enhanced creativity.