"The word 'Ametrine' comes from the contraction of Amethyst and Citrine, which was taken, respectively, from the first two and the last two syllables.
'Bolivianite' also known as Trystine is an appellation from the word 'Bolivianita' from Bolivia which must not be confused with the stannite described by the mineralogist A. Pauly in 1926 under the term 'Bolivianite'.
A Bolivian legend says that during an expedition of the Spanish in the seventeen century, through what is today the eastern Bolivian border with Brazil, a soldier called Felipe de Urriola y Goitia, fell in love with the Pricess Anahi, the daughter of the King of the Ayoreo tribe..."
The Legend of Bolivianite (Ametrine)
All That Glitters was contacted by the author above, as well as the founder of the World Gem Foundation (Geoffrey Dominy) for
photos of both the rough and cut gemstones that the author and publisher had seen on line. Four of these gemstones from the All That Glitters Collection,
appear in this article. At the present time, all four are available for sale. For those who wish to own and/or wear a Published Gemstone, of which, there is
only one as it appears in the photo/article...
To see our Inventory of Ametrine which is extensive from the standpoint of uniqueness and quality, please visit our Ametrine page: Ametrine Inventory - All That Glitters