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On the table, the pitcher is from Anthropologie, the amethyst plates are by Moser, and the salt and pepper shakers are vintage.
Some think the holographic amethyst concoction is the latest addition to the Melted Metals collection.
In the Chinese Art Deco carpets, central expanses in heady amethyst purple, emerald green, citrine yellow, fuchsia, teal and midnight blue are scattered with peonies and pagodas rendered in a simplified, stylized manner.
The Rose collection features rings in white chalcedony, diamonds, and sapphires ($29,000) and necklaces in pink opal and amethyst (price on request), as well as watches and bracelets.
Helping raise money for next year's check were the event's silent auction (185 items), parade of prizes, and raffles: two Southwest Airline tickets and an amethyst and diamond necklace courtesy of Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry.
Gray catbirds, towhees and bobwhite quails flock to the clusters of vibrant amethyst fruits on the American beautyberry bush.
There’s also a destination spa with eco-holistic therapies like the Desert Gemstone Ritual (amethyst and citrine stones to help heal sore muscles and increase energy flow) and five—yes, five—excellent restaurants.
Grab some amethyst to bust those negative thoughts about summer ending and instead use Girasol Quartz to ease tension and boost your creativity heading into the school year.
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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.”
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