Top 10 Amethyst Engagement Rings That Are Perfect for a Spring Wedding In 2019

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Is your birthday in the month of
February? Then you must probably know that your birthstone is amethyst.
This purple gemstone displays the elegance of royalty in every way.

Throughout the ages, many kings and
queens have had this gem among their personal items. Purple is commonly
associated with royalty and is the choice for any king or queen as they use it
often on a crown or scepter. One such notable personality is Catherine the
Great of Russia who had a special liking for this stone. All her jewelries and
ornaments had a touch of this stone to it.

Amethyst is one of the more
affordable gemstones and ranks as a beautiful staple for the royal necklace or
a great accent to a diamond engagement ring. However you use the birthstone in
jewelry, it is a beautiful addition to your wardrobe.

Get to Know the Amethyst Birthstone Better

Amethyst is the purple variety of the
quartz material. Its color spectrum ranges from dark plum color to a hint of
lavender which is a lavish color from the iron remnants in the crystalline
structure during the process of formation.

The dark purple natural stones are
the most sought after stones and many of the natural stones contain “color
zoning”- the attribute of having shades of color within a gem. Heat treatment
of the stone can produce a lighter hue of dark colored amethyst which gives a
more enticing appearance.

Amethyst is found in many regions
around the world which include Brazil, Zambia and the United States, precisely
in Arizona. Geographically speaking, the stone is very prevalent. It can form
in most places typically area with mountains or craters

Why is Amethyst the February birthstone?

There is actually no evidence that
points to when a certain stone is a birthstone for a certain month. What is
known is that in 1912, the Jewelers Association of America adopted an official
list which has been in use till this day. Different theories abound that this
association must have been derived from the Bible or even from the zodiac.
However, certain aspects of amethyst’s history may tell why it is the
birthstone for February.

The name “Amethyst” is Greek and
means “not drunken” and is believed to stem from ancient Greek beliefs that it
wards off alcoholic effects. Furthermore, Bacchus, the ancient Roman god of
wine was very much associated with this birthstone. Even regarded as his living
symbolism on Earth.

The month of February is usually when
wine is bottled and ready for consumption so it is possible the deep purple
color of wine may be the reason why the stone was picked.

There is no proof to back this up
however, but one thing you can be sure of is true is that amethyst makes a
great addition to a bracelet, necklace or ring. The stone is one of the most
beautiful and unique stone there is. It is just as beautiful and unique as
those who celebrate their birthdays in February.

Here, check out our favorites in a range of cut and settings. At the very least, we recommend treating yourself to one for the good vibes.

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                                      Solitaire Amethyst Rings

A solitaire amethyst ring has already been elegant and bold. Large amethyst gemstones are relatively affordable. Buyers can pick massive gemstones for stately solitaires without big budget. We like massive amethyst center gemstones for engagement rings. If you want to forego any side diamonds or gem details, set a sizable amethyst center stone inside a vintage-inspired etched band. Or go for sleek and trendy having a simple polished setting to permit the magnificence from the stone to shine.

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                               Amethyst Double Halo Engagement Ring

Halo designs for engagement rings are more popular to highlight a center gemstone. However, not every halos are built the same. For an amethyst ring with an angular cut (Such as Emerald or Asscher), a square diamond halo can make those diamonds pop! If you need a softer round or oval cut center amethyst,Adding bigger accent diamonds within the halo can bring any bold look, or go subtle having a delicate drop halo (as featured within this hidden halo diamond engagement ring) below your amethyst jewel. For any more classic look, make it simple having a halo of petite round diamonds. This style emits a vintage, even cameo-like design.

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                              Amethyst Cushion Engagement Ring

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                                     Split Shank Round Amethyst ring

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                                Split Shank Heart Cut Amethyst ring

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                               Pear Shaped Three Stone Amethyst ring

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                                  Green Amethyst Ring

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                                Round Amethyst Engagement Ring Set

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                                    Pave set amethyst wedding band

Amethyst engagement rings and wedding bands are both regal and versatile. With beautiful color and low costs, amethyst is a perfect option for big gemstones or cost-effective accents.

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