Amethyst Oval cut Ring (3.04Gram)
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One of the most popular gemstones in the world, amethyst crystals have been used for thousands of years. Amethyst, also called “the all-purpose stone,” is a calming stone that reduces tension and worry in your life. The term “amethyst” is derived from the Greek word “amethystos,” which means “sober,” and refers to the idea of upholding a strong, sober thinking.
As well as being the birthstone for February, amethyst crystals are the gemstone for the sixth wedding anniversary.
Amethyst was first found in France. The main sources of amethyst include Brazil, where it occurs as geodes within volcanic rocks, Uruguay, South Korea, Russia, the United States, and South India. Zambia currently produces 1000 tonnes of amethyst annually, ranking among the top producers worldwide.
An oval-shaped amethyst that is surrounded by diamonds is prong set in white gold. Diamonds are also set into the split shank, which enhances the ring’s stunning attractiveness.
Shape: Oval Cut
Weight: 1 carat
Stone Weight: 0.2g
Silver Weight: 3.04g
Zodiac Sign: Pisces
Benefits of Amethyst Ring:
The crown chakra and third eye chakra are linked by natural amethyst stones. Beyond its physical attributes and advantages, amethyst’s purple hue acts as a natural sedative. In the spiritual community, amethyst is highly regarded.
- It facilitates the waking mind’s ability to think clearly and peacefully by allowing the mind to move freely in both the metaphysical and mental planes.
- helps control fears and anger, soothes anxiety and rage, and helps to extinguish rage.
- Amethyst has a range of benefits, including the capacity to dispel negativity and ease melancholy and grief.
- It can inhibit wicked thoughts, spark wisdom, and boost intelligence by fostering a deeper comprehension.
- It encourages those who hold it to be open to new concepts and to act on their ideas.
How to clean the amethyst ring?
Cleaning amethyst in warm, soapy water is safe. Except in the rare cases where a stone is coloured or treated with fracture filling, ultrasonic cleaners are typically safe. Amethyst shouldn’t be heated, and steam cleaning isn’t advised either.
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