David's Antiques and Jewelry

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Amethyst Pendant

Product Description

Specifications:
Metal: Sterling Silver (.925)
Main Stone: Purple Amethyst
Main Stone Weight: 
Main Stone Shape: trillion or oval 
Side Stones: -
Weight: 12.5g
Bail type: Bail

The ancient Greek wore Amethyst jewelry and carved drinking vessels from it in the belief that it would prevent intoxication. Amethyst is one several quartz stones. It is a semi-precious stone and traditionally the birthstone for February. In ancient times, it was considered the “Gem of Fire”.
Amethyst is the stone of St. Valentine and of faithful lovers because St. Valentine was thought to have worn an Amethyst ring engraved with the image of a Cupid.
SO, don’t wait until Valentine’s Day to give that special someone a beautiful gemstone of love.

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