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Styling Guide In February Stone By Ravia.
Amethyst, one of the most instantly recognisable birthstones, is a versatile choice that easily compliments the hues of many other stones. True amethyst crystals are found in distinguished shades of violet and purple that are either bilateral or in banded patterns. The name amethyst comes from the Greek word amethystos, meaning “not drunken”, which was believed to be used as an antidote to drunkenness.
In ancient Egypt, amethyst was also believed to cure eye diseases and was used for making jewellery. In the Middle Ages, amethyst was believed to ward off bad dreams, devilish temptations, and even the plague. In ancient Rome, it was considered an amulet that could protect. The Amethyst was believed to have the power to protect its wearer from evil and witchcraft; it is also highly valued by mystics. Amethyst is one of the most sought-after gemstones in the world, and it has been since the ancient times.
The belief that the stone had this protective and sobering effect was so widely held, that in ancient times amethyst was thought to be a “stone of the high priest.” The Romans believed that the amethyst stone would protect its wearer from drunkenness, even if he were given wine to drink. The Greeks believed that amethysts were able to not only protect their wearer from drunkenness but also from being poisoned. The ancient Greeks referred to the amethyst mineral as “violet,” while the ancient Romans referred to the gemstone as “amethystus.”
Amethyst is the stone of February. This purple gemstone is found in many different places all over the world. You will find amethyst in the US, all over Europe, and also in Brazil, Madagascar, and many other places. Each place tends to have a slightly different colour.
Amethyst is easily the most popular of the birthstones. It’s a beautiful colour, and it comes in a variety of shapes, cuts and sizes. It has long been used in jewellery, and even today there are many amethyst accessories available. Amethyst is a gorgeous and popular gemstone, and it is found in a variety of colours across the world. But, of course, purple is the most common colour. The gemstone is mined in places like Brazil, Uruguay, Kenya, and Mexico.
If you’re looking for a unique gift for your February birthday, you’ll love amethyst. The gemstone comes in a variety of colours, from pale lilac to deep violet. Amethyst comes in a few different cuts as well. The most common are round, oval, pear and cushion. The rarest and most beautiful of them all.Amethyst is a symbol of love, royalty, and protection. It is also a stone of spirituality that is believed to bring calmness and peace of mind.
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