Amanda’s Style File: Amethyst Amore
There’s a lot to love about February’s birthstone, from its affordability to its “soul-captivating color.”
As the official birthstone for February, amethyst has been an abundant and affordable gemstone option for decades. It can be easy to forget that the purple gemstone has rich historical importance.
For centuries it was amethyst that was believed to keep warriors safe on the battlefield and it bedazzled the crown jewels.
When you look at the pieces hand-selected for this Style File, you can see why amethyst has been beloved all these years.
When cut correctly, amethyst has a richness and soul-captivating color that is further showcased through settings by creative designers.
Here are 16 Amanda’s Style File selected to celebrate all the February babies.
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