MORADA NO. 2
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 chevron amethyst. This type of amethyst is easily recognizable by the alternating bands of amethyst and quartz. Sometimes opaque, sometimes transparent, there always seems to be a direction to go.
Set in silver, with a gold-fill accent.