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Amethyst Bracelet XVI (5mm)

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Amethyst has long been a symbol of power and royalty in Europe. The most expensive and difficult color to make in ancient times was purple, taking thousands of Murex Sea Snails to produce enough dye to color a cloth the size of a handkerchief. Amethyst's deep violet hue served as an emblem of power, status, and wealth throughout the ages....

The majestic gem forms inside rocks created by volcanic lava - when lava cools, it can leave behind hollow cavities where Amethyst deposits slowly form over time. This process is incredibly complex and requires a unique combination of heat, pressure, and chemistry for the crystallization process to take place.

This remarkable stone has remained a symbol of luxury for millennia and shows no signs of waning anytime soon.
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- Gems: Amethyst & Silver
- Stone size: 5.5mm
- Metal: 925 Sterling silver
- Cord: High-end durable silicone
- Packaging: Comes with a linen pouch

(Due to the unique characteristics of natural stone, the size and color of the beads can vary slightly.)


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Made in The Netherlands


Amethyst Bracelet XVI (5mm) (8341589655887)
Amethyst Bracelet XVI (5mm) Sale price169 USD

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Nature is home to an incredible variety of gemstones, each with its own unique properties and beauty. We pride ourselves on offering the best nature has to offer, with a range of high quality gemstones to choose from. Whether you are looking for a stunning diamond, a vibrant aquamarine, a rich emerald, a deep sapphire, or a unique opal, we have something to suit every taste.

Our gemstones are carefully selected for their quality and uniqueness. Our professional artisans are there to create breathtaking pieces of jewelry that showcase their natural beauty.

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