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Discover in our catalogue many models of Sterling Silver Amethyst Pendant Necklace: solitaires, paving’s and patterns of all kinds are adorned with fine stone with purple tones for a unique collection imagined by the designers of the Aileen’s.
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    • Amethyst is a precious gem stone consisting of a violet or purple variety. It absorbs and emits far- infrared radiation, which means that it is genuinely believed to be physically beneficial. If not controversial, amethyst when worn, eases pain, improve circulation and annihilating bacterial growth. This stone has been used since ancient times for safety and protection. Such a small…
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    • Amethyst is a precious gemstone consisting of a violet or purple variety. It absorbs and emits far-infrared radiation, which means that it is genuinely believed to be physically beneficial. If not controversial, amethyst when worn eases pain, improves circulation, and annihilating bacterial growth. This stone has been used since ancient times for safety and protection. Such a small and yet…
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    • Amethyst is a precious gemstone consisting of a violet or purple variety. It absorbs and emits far-infrared radiation, which means that it is genuinely believed to be physically beneficial. If not controversial, amethyst when worn eases pain, improves circulation, and annihilating bacterial growth. This stone has been used since ancient times for safety and protection. Such a small and yet…
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    • Amethyst is a precious gemstone consisting of a violet or purple variety. It absorbs and emits far-infrared radiation, which means that it is genuinely believed to be physically beneficial. If not controversial, amethyst when worn eases pain, improves circulation, and annihilating bacterial growth. This stone has been used since ancient times for safety and protection. Such a small and yet…
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MODELS OF AMETHYST PENDANT

Discover in our catalogue many models of Sterling Silver Amethyst Pendant Necklace: solitaires, paving’s and patterns of all kinds are adorned with fine stone with purple tones for a unique collection imagined by the designers of the Aileen’s. With its incredible reflections, amethyst captivates anyone who contemplates it. Famous for its originality, it gives class and allure to all women who wear it as a pendant. Near the neck or on a seductive neckline, amethyst is sublimated by a sterling silver brings a refined touch to the entire feminine wardrobe. Worn with an amethyst ring, the pendant adorned with the purple gem attracts lusts. A reference for connoisseurs of jewellery, and women with discerning tastes, amethyst is a prestigious stone valued in all countries of the world. Worn as a solitaire, paved or accompanied by a diamond, in a bezel setting or prong setting, or worn with the matching amethyst earrings, the amethyst pendant highlights all skin tones, adapts to every woman, every woman. style and every season. We wear the pendant adorned with amethyst every day, for a lunch with friends, an evening with your lover and special occasions. Each pendant is set with stones chosen individually for their high quality and fascinating brilliance. Find in the collection of amethyst jewellery different styles of pendants.

WHAT IS THE ETYMOLOGY OF THE WORD “AMETHYST”?

The origin of the name “amethyst” is a reference to Greek mythology. From an etymological point of view, the name “amethyst” comes from the Greek word “methystos” which means “intoxication”, accompanied by the prefix “a” which indicates a deprivation. In short, the name “amethyst” literally means “non-drunk” or “sober”.

To understand the legend that is associated with amethyst and this notion of sobriety, it should be known that Amethystos is the name of a nymph, a divine female creature inspired by nature in Greek and Roman mythology. Dionysus, the god of wine, would have tried to seduce Amethystos on multiple occasions, but she refused to give in to temptation. To protect Amethystos from the perversity of Dionysus, the goddess Artemis would then have transformed the pretty nymph into rock crystal, cold and impenetrable. Enamoured with anger and love, Dionysus spilled his glass of wine on this marvellous crystal which naturally took on a new purple hue, deeply intense and mysterious. Well aware of this myth, the Greeks and Romans got into the habit of drinking their wine from amethyst cups to increase their resistance to alcohol and protect themselves from drunkenness.

HISTORY OF AMETHYST

Originally used as an ornamental stone, the amethyst stone was previously mined for decorative purposes by the Etruscans and the Egyptians. It was also used during the 18th century to make staples and brooches. Nowadays, amethyst is still considered a precious stone, which has earned it in the past its prominence on many precious goods (British crown, Egyptian crown, Russian crown, etc.). Due to its colour and the beauty of its shine, it is still one of the most popular stones.

In the biblical register, the amethyst holds all its importance. Its main symbol has always been the encouragement of celibacy and piety. It is also not uncommon to find it on the ornaments of the clergy in the Middle Ages. It was frequently found on relics, on bishops’ rings and on priestly vestments. Several examples illustrate this admiration for amethyst among Christians. For example, Joseph gave a ring set with an amethyst to Mary. Valentine’s Day, the lender behind the feast of lovers, wore a pendant set with an amethyst around his neck. And finally, the Vatican bishops wore a ring with an amethyst as a symbol of their dedication to the church. The place of this stone is just as sacred in the Buddhist religion and appears regularly in the design of rosaries,

A little later, at the time of the Renaissance, it was none other than Leonardo da Vinci who praised the benefits of amethyst. Thanks to the precious notes he left in his notebooks, we know that he used this purple mineral to increase his intelligence, his ability to concentrate and his creativity, but also to drive negative thoughts from his mind.

ORIGIN AND COMPOSITION OF AMETHYST

Discovered in very large quantities at the beginning of the 20th century, amethyst is considered to be a very recent stone. Its main deposits were originally discovered in Uruguay and Brazil. From now on, this stone is also extracted and exploited in African, South American, American, Russian and Australian countries. Although the greater amount of amethyst comes from South American countries, the specificity that can be noted in African countries is that it is much richer in terms of colour. In Australia, the stone is shown to be much smaller and much darker. In amethyst deposits, it is not uncommon to find its cousin, citrine. When amethyst and citrine blend together, the result is a sublime ametrine stone with vibrant hints of yellow and purple.

The has méthyste is part of the quartz family violet, that is to say, stones composed of silicon dioxide. On the Mohs scale, its hardness is 7 and its density is around 2.6. This stone varies between diaphanous and translucent, between a purplish and purple hue, which is mainly due to the iron impurities that can be found in its lens. The shade variations that it is possible to find for this stone can range from purple, to bluish and light purple. It is possible to find more purple tones depending on the place of extraction. The same amethyst stone can and often does offer different colour intensities, featuring an alloy of blue, purple and pink. Up to 250 ° C, the colour of this stone is perfectly intact. From 500 ° C, its colour changes to become light yellow.

It is quite common for amethysts to be heated at high temperature to modify, intensify and fix their colour. The so-called “natural” amethysts are those which have not undergone any change in temperature. Robust and powerful, amethyst is not afraid of human modifications. As such, it is very popular in the world of jewellery because it opens the field of possibilities in terms of jewellery and artistic creations.

Most minerals are categorized based on their weight and hardness. In contrast, the value of amethyst lies in its colour. This is the reason why men try to modify it by heat, to make its purple colour lighter or more intense. The rarest, and therefore the most expensive, are the most transparent. By letting lighter pass, the clearest amethysts offer exceptional reflections, oscillating between pink, blue and red.

Amethysts are stones of magmatic origin. They are found in centimetric geodes, in basaltic rocks and in plutonic rocks such as granite. Today, its main deposits are in Europe, Russia and India, but the most spectacular are in Madagascar, Zambia, Brazil and Uruguay.

VIRTUES AND PROPERTIES OF AMETHYST IN LITHOTHERAPY

MENTAL VIRTUES AND PROPERTIES OF AMETHYST

In lithotherapy, amethyst is considered the stone of humility and the stone of wisdom. It stimulates creativity, imagination and clarity. This stone plays a big role and promotes not only meditation, concentration, but also spiritual elevation. It is also responsible for allaying anger, fear, worries, anxieties, sadness and sorrow.

The amethyst also has the property in lithotherapy of being a stone of passage and of being a stone which includes separation. It can be used in the event of the loss of a loved one, both for the one who leaves and for the one who remains. A remarkable property and a virtue of amethyst is to purify places and objects, whether through an amethyst ball or in another form. It purifies the physical body, but also the aura. It accepts and integrates perfectly the novelties, the changes. It is also used to cleanse, purify and recharge other stones and minerals. The ideal is to carry out this purification on an amethyst carpet or an amethyst geode.

Always within the framework of a purification of a place, the amethyst contributes in lithotherapy to peace and relaxation. It helps to provide calm and deep relaxation if it is in a bedroom. If it is in your living room, this stone will be able to increase the energy rate of the room in question. If you prefer an amethyst bracelet, it will accompany you and offer you all the virtues that amethyst offers. You will fully benefit from the properties of calm and appeasement that it provides, throughout the day as soon as you wear it.

PHYSICAL VIRTUES AND PROPERTIES OF AMETHYST

On a physical level, the relaxing energy of amethyst helps relieve hypertension and muscle pain. It is particularly effective in releasing tension in the upper back, neck and shoulders. By rebalancing the body, it allows you to find calm before sleeping. So you can put it on your bedside table or under your pillow to enjoy a deep and restful sleep, but also to have sweet dreams. Its gentle and comforting vibrations can be suitable for adults, children and even animals.

In addition to calming hyperactivity, amethyst is a stone that protects memory, the heart and the respiratory tract. During convalescence, it accelerates the healing and healing process. It can help relieve headaches and fight all forms of addiction. Moreover, it is highly recommended to facilitate the elimination of toxins from the body.

Ideal for women, amethyst stimulates fertility, hormone production and endocrine glands. This feminine stone also promotes the harmonization of menstrual cycles. In the world of lithotherapy, amethyst is considered a stone of appeasement par excellence. One thing is certain; this pleasant feeling of well-being will only have positive repercussions on your body and your mind.

VIRTUES AND PROPERTIES OF AMETHYST ON A SPIRITUAL LEVEL

On a spiritual level, amethyst is associated with the seventh chakra, also called the crown chakra. Centre of wisdom and knowledge, the crown chakra allows you to open your mind and access a whole new level of spiritual awareness. Thus, wearing an amethyst allows to acquire new knowledge and to break down all mental barriers. Thanks to this powerful purple stone, your mind calms, your fears dissipate and positive thoughts flourish.

Usually, it is your earthly attachments that block the crown chakra. If you tend to be too down-to-earth and can’t let go, keeping an amethyst near you can help you step back, clear your mind, and listen to that little inner voice that you feel. daily guide; it’s your intuition, and a lot of times it’s right. By opening the crown chakra, amethyst allows you to find the inspiration, creativity, imagination and innovative spirit that lie dormant in you.

WHAT ARE THE STONES AND MATERIALS THAT GO PERFECTLY WITH AMETHYST?

From a purely aesthetic point of view, clear and bright materials such as silver, white gold and white gold are perfect for highlighting the violet notes of amethyst. Combined with yellow gold or pink gold, amethyst takes on a more original, jovial and solar dimension. Associated with a black jewel or a black stone, it inspires magic and mystery. No matter what jewellery they are mounted on, minerals transmit energies that work directly on your body and mind. And all the energies are not always compatible with each other.

If their energies are too opposite, you may not be able to explore all of their benefits. In this case, the amethyst blends perfectly with all the stones that have great spiritual power. For example: moonstone, kunzite, labradorite, or rock crystal. On the other hand, it is absolutely necessary to avoid associating amethyst with turquoise, malachite, black tourmaline or tiger eye. On the one hand, these stones tend to absorb the energy of others and make them inactive. On the other hand, their energizing energy may take precedence over the soothing energy of amethyst.

HOW TO MAINTAIN AND PRESERVE AMETHYST?

Over time, the energy of the amethyst runs out of steam. To remedy this problem and continue to enjoy its benefits, it is enough to maintain it well. The first step is to regularly clean your amethyst to eliminate negative energies, but also to preserve its natural shine. You can clean your amethyst stone with spring water, salt, earth, or frankincense. The simplest solution is to leave your stone in a container of slightly salted demineralized water for a few hours. Avoid tap water which could damage it prematurely. Regarding reloading, you can place your amethyst under the light of the moon, preferably on a cluster of quartz.

This recharging process allows you to find all the good energies and powers of the amethyst. Avoid direct sunlight which may alter its colour. Amethyst is a resistant stone which benefits from a beautiful longevity. Nevertheless, you should keep in mind that this is a stone that is sensitive to strong lights and high temperatures. If you take care of it, your amethyst will accompany you for many years.