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Amethyst

Chemical Composition: Silicon Dioxide
Hardness: 7

Amethyst has been known as the most highly prized form of quartz. It is the presence of manganese in quartz that produces the purple color, and iron content varies the coloration. Amethyst may be found throughout the world; our specimens are from Brazil and Uruguay.

Amethyst, Mythological Maiden- Bacchus, the god of wine, declared in a rage that the first person he passes will be eaten by tigers. This turns out to be a beautiful maiden named Amethyst. The goddess Diana quickly turned Amethyst into a white stone to save her from the tigers. Regretting his anger, Bacchus poured red wine over the stone as an offering to Diana, so turning the stone purple. Amethyst has long been associated with relieving hangovers, or curing drunkenness, probably as a result of its wine-like color and the Bacchus tale.

Metaphysical Attributes: Physical representative of the Violet Ray. Cuts through illusion. Enhances psychic abilities. Excellent for meditation. Aids channeling abilities. Sedative, protective. Enhances feeling of contentment, and a connection to one's spirituality. Stone of peace and strength. Activates crown chakra.

Amethyst is the birthstone for February, and is associated with the signs of Pisces, Virgo, Aquarius, and Capricorn.


 Amethyst Clusters & Specimens

Amethyst clusters and specimens from locations such as Brazil, Uruguay, and India.

Amethyst Crystals

Individual Amethyst crystals from Brazil and Uruguay, in rough and polished form.

Amethyst Spheres

Only stocked a few times per year, Amethyst spheres that have been hand-selected by us.


Amethyst GeodesBeautiful Amethyst Geodes from Brazil and Uruguay, including cathedral geodes.

Other Amethyst Items

Other items in Amethyst such as tumbled stones, rough material, gem trees, and more.

Amethyst Jewelry

Amethyst pendants, rings, necklaces, and bracelets