During the Renaissance, Leonardo Da Vinci wrote that amethyst holds the power to dispel evil thoughts and quicken one's intelligence. Purple is the color of royalty and of passion, and the provocative amethyst has been used by healers for centuries to increase their psychic abilities and intuition. Cross-culturally, this popular gemstone was used as a symbol of peace and unification. It is also thought to evoke feelings of serenity and calmness in those who wear it.
Ross-Simons' Amethyst Collection
From unique Estate pieces to our modern collection, our Ross-Simons amethyst collection shines with a regal assortment of bracelets, earrings, brooches necklaces and rings. The mouth-watering, eye-popping cocktail rings in our collection are mounted in gold and silver, and our amethyst and diamond jewelry match-ups create dazzling Art Deco and Retro styles. View all our amethyst jewelry treasures on our website.
Ross-Simons' Amethyst Jewelry
Are you drawn to the palest pink amethyst set in a sterling silver ring? Or is green amethyst is your passion? Whatever you prefer, Ross-Simons has the amethyst bracelet, ring, necklace or even amethyst earrings just for you!
With its range of colors and intense purple hues, amethyst jewelry is regal, but affordable and very wearable. Amethyst jewelry is particularly attractive when paired with other gemstones and also in mixed gemstone settings. Some of our most popular styles include amethyst earrings, amethyst pendants, and the venerable amethyst cocktail ring — spiced with diamonds or topaz accents.
Some of the largest amethyst geodes and deposits have been found in Brazil with other locations in Sri Lanka, India, Uruguay, Madagascar, Germany, Australia, Mexico, Africa, Russia and the United States.
Amethyst Jewelry Care & Handling
This stone is fairly hard (7 Mohs) and durable, yet you will want to protect your amethyst jewels by wrapping them in a soft cloth and keep them in your Ross-Simons presentation box. Clean your amethysts with warm, soapy water. Remember amethyst gems often become paler if kept in the sun, so try to keep them away from prolonged exposure to direct sunlight.