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Inexpensive gemstones with a tint include morganites, aquamarines, amethysts, tourmaline, and citrine stones.
Morefield Gem Mine Amelia, Virginia Diggers at this mine under one hour from Richmond have found topaz, amethyst, and dozens of other varieties of gems and crystals.
Colors to keep in mind for winter: jewel tones, emerald, ruby, amethyst and, of course, black.
In contrast, Beast's castle is a riot of jewel colors — peridot, amethyst, topaz, Daigle said.
While those classics always work, why not update your look with the season's amethyst, emerald, cobalt, or silver hues?
Custom order rainbow moonstone and amethyst pendant set in woven sterling silver; $280.
So the master bedroom is a regal amethyst; the living room is chestnut, espresso, and coal black; and the dining room envelops you in rich, vivid greens.
Middleton has embraced rich colors for her third pregnancy, re-wearing a fuchsia Mulberry coat, a cardinal red single-breasted style from Boden, and an amethyst version from Seraphine.
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Gems were once believed to have magical qualities. An amethyst, for example, was supposed to have the power to prevent or cure drunkenness in its wearer. For this reason the Greeks gave it the name amethystos, which comes from the prefix a-, meaning “not,” and methyein “to be drunk.”
Origin and Etymology of amethyst
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Definition of amethyst for English Language Learners
: a clear purple or bluish-purple stone that is used as a gem
: a medium purple color
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