When Queen Amethyst holds court it's a lively affair
Over 8 carats of gemstones in 14K yellow gold
Since its discovery around 3000 B.C., the deep purples of the amethyst have symbolized royalty. England’s royal love affair with the amethyst spans nearly a thousand years. The oldest known stone in the Crown Jewels of England is an amethyst first worn in the 11th century by Edward the Confessor from 1042-1066. Amethyst has quite the lineage.
While we can’t compete with the Crown Jewels, we can offer you the royal gem in a most beguiling setting. Here, a beautifully-faceted, oval-cut amethyst gemstone is surrounded by some very loyal and lively subjects… blue topaz, citrine, tourmaline, amethyst and peridot form a stunning bouquet of colors.
Framed by white diamonds and set in lustrous 14K yellow gold, this is a ring, that when worn, may just need to be kissed.
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