Description

Crystalline quartz, known as amethyst, comes in a variety of hues, from light lilac to dark reddish purple. The birthstone for February has a reasonably high hardness of7, making it a fine face table jewellery gem for all uses. The word “amethyst” derives from the Greek word amethystos, which meaning sober and alludes to the idea of keeping a stable, sober thinking.

Amethyst, also referred to as “the all-purpose stone,” is a protective stone that eases the effects of stress and worry in your life, including headaches, exhaustion, and anxiety.

Amethyst is mostly found in Brazil as geodes within volcanic rocks, as well as in Uruguay, South Korea, Russia, the United States, and South India. One of the top producers of amethyst on the world market, Zambia produces 1000 tones annually.

Product Details:

A pear shape silver amethyst weighing 1.5 carats.

Gemstone: Amethyst

Colour: Purple

Shape: Pear

Origin: Egypt

Weight: 1.5 carats

Stone Weight: 0.3g

Silver Weight: 2.4g

Zodiac Sign: Pisces

Birthstone: February

Amethyst Stone Benefits:

Amethyst is a therapeutic stone that is used by those who practise Ayurvedic medicine, crystal healing, and reiki. Amethyst is therefore thought to possess a number of physical therapeutic effects.

  • Amethysts are thought to encourage tranquilly and peace.
  • Assist in lowering your anxiety and discomfort perception.
  • enhances the look of the skin.
  • improve your immune system.
  • absorbs bad energy and gives the area a peaceful atmosphere.
  • It aids in improving one’s capacity for clearer thinking and decision-making.

How to care the Amethyst Ring?

If exposed to intense light for an extended period of time, rare amethyst may fade. The best way to clean amethyst jewellery is with warm, sudsy water and a tightly woven microfiber cloth or other soft fabric. At least twice a year, take all of your fine jewellery to a competent jeweler for a complete cleaning and inspection.

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