Purple amethystThat’s a classic amethyst. To make an unusual jewelry, consider combining it in a ring with yellow gold or emerald beards.
Ametrine amethystAlthough ametrine can refer to the citrine category, its half of a reddish color refers to amethyst. And together, these halves result in an unusual and appealing amethyst type.
Pink amethystIn addition to its generally pink color, this amethyst can feature some lavender and lilac tones. It’s an awesome ring option for a guy who wants to attract a February girl’s attention!
Mossy amethystA gorgeous reddish stone with dark and light tiny veins. A perfect choice for unique jewelry with custom design!
Cape amethystThis amethyst is a milky white quartz. It’s one of the rarest gemstones featuring yellow and purple colors.
Prasiolite amethystThat’s a stone featuring yellow and green color. It looks special – even for such an unusual gemstone as an amethyst!