I once saw Amethyst described as an 'extravagance of violet' and I think this is a lovely example.
Made using silver and 9k rose gold, this is a working compass necklace you can wear every day. Inside is a survival compass that's been uniquely customised to make it water resistant, so you can swim, shower and go snorkelling in it, too.
Whilst the Greeks believed the Amethyst could help prevent intoxication, the gemstone has also been thought to have protective and healing qualities. But do you really need a reason to buy this apart from the fact that you love it?!
Ref: G490, 22mm x 61mm (from the top to tip), very elegant indeed
A lady had been admiring this ring for sometime. It was the perfect size for her and she loved the gorgeous rutilated amethyst gemstone.
Handmade in a mix of silver and 18k gold, this ring feels luxurious. A delight to run your fingertips over the smooth polished squiggles.
A compass pendant with turquoise and amethyst gemstones. Individually handmade with abundant swirls, curves and droplets in silver and gold, and a working compass concealed in the reverse.
Esteemed as a stone of friendship, symbolising trust and respect, the amethyst birthstone for February is considered as a stone of spirituality and contentment. Turquoise, the December birthstone, has been thought of as a healer of the spirit with a soothing energy bringing peace of mind.
Lovely amethyst earrings with gently domed surfaces in sterling silver encircled in 9K rose gold.
A design capturing history and modernity, especially made for a lady to go with her bracelet.
Ref: G363, 11.5mm diameter
Unique and personal, this gift was custom made especially for Jennifer's 40th birthday. A group of her friends got together to create it just for her.
A group of girls in the Languedoc get together regularly and spend an evening catching up. A night of conversation and laughter shared over a meal – it's special.
To mark Jen's special birthday, each of the Lasses chose a silver waterdrop to be used in creating this unique, handmade silver bracelet. I took each of these natural forms and decorated them delicately with amethysts plus a sprinkling of swirls and droplets in rose gold.
The amethyst, the February birthstone, has been described as an extravagance in violet. Love that.