Convergence Amethyst Necklace
Below is information about the gemstone on the Convergence Amethyst Necklace.
Amethyst was used in jewelry in Ancient Egypt. The greek phrase "a-methystos", meaning not drunk was given to this crystal because wine during this time was the color purple. Today it is still one of the most popular gemstones around.
Chemical Composition: SiO2 Silicon Dioxide
Mineral Class: Silicates, Tectosilicates
Color: Lavender to Dark Purple
Locations Found: Africa, Bolivia, Brazil, China, India, Madagascar, Mexico, Tanzania, Uruguay
Care of Amethyst
Avoid leaving your Amethyst in direct sunlight as it can fade the gemstone. It is best to store in a dark place when not wearing. Amethyst can be cleaned using a soft cloth and warm water. Do not use abrasive cleaners. As with most gemstones, ultrasonic cleaners and steamers are not recommended. Store in a soft case away from hard objects as it can be easily scratched.
Metaphysical Properties associated with Amethyst
*All metaphysical properties listed below are collected from various sources. The validity of the information is not guaranteed nor expresses the artist's views. This compiled information is offered as a service for those interested in potential metaphysical properties.