Amethyst Rings

Written by Serena Berger
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Amethyst rings are always stunning, and can be found to suit any price range. Amethyst and sterling rings are often inexpensive, and though the large stones in them are technically flawed in some way, most of the time the flaws aren't anything that your eye would detect. If, however, you have a little more money to spend, you can get flawless stones set in yellow gold, white gold, or platinum by world class jewelers.

Beautiful Styles of Amethyst Rings

An amethyst solitaire can be an impressive ring, featuring an exquisite stone cut in an emerald cut, princess cut, brilliant cut, or any of the other industry standards. There are also stunning channel set amethyst rings, which are bands of identically cut stones set next to each other inside a band of precious metal. Many women stack channel set rings, and a band of channel set amethysts would look great with any number of other stones, including sapphires, several of the colors of topaz like blue and pink, and of course next to diamonds, as well.

For someone who really loves purple, or amethysts specifically, a ring might actually be the best jewelry option. Unlike necklaces and earrings, you can see your rings when you have them on, which means you get more enjoyment out of a favorite piece. Often, necklaces or earrings are chosen to complete outfits and more attention is paid to a specific combination of elements, but often women wear their favorite rings every day, so a beloved amethyst ring could be with you every day, no matter what you're wearing.

If you want to get a gift for a woman in your life but you're not ready for all the questions about what a diamond means, amethyst rings can be beautiful pieces that make her feel special without forcing topics that you and she both aren't ready for. Then again, if you are ready to get engaged and the women you love really loves amethysts and/or doesn't expect you to flirt with bankruptcy just to buy her a gigantic piece of ice to show off, you should consider an amethyst ring as an engagement ring. Don't let the diamond industry push you around--amethysts are forever, too!


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