LAVENDER NO. 22
Something lovely this way comes…
Amethyst. Mysterious, playful, feminine.
Transcending traditional valuation, amethyst used to be a stone for holy men and kings. Until everyone realized they look so much better on women. Since amethyst formations have been found in Brazil, amethyst has become a widespread companion stone. An electric feeling…
This is a bi-color amethyst. These dreamy stones grew at a convergence boundary. Sometimes amethyst, sometimes quartz, sometimes one, then the other, or both. Maybe sometimes citrine. The earth wanted to have a place were harsh decisions weren't important. Gentle swirling fades of stone colors.
Set in silver, with a gold-fill accent.