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Amethyst Gemstone Rings

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With its beautiful violet and purple hue, an Amethyst makes an eye-catching ring when teamed with clear, crisp diamonds. Our collection of amethyst rings features the stunning purple gemstone in a variety of shapes with complementing diamond side stones to suit all tastes. It is believed that Saint Valentine himself wore an amethyst ring - which makes the amethyst an ideal way to show your love and commitment. Suitable as an engagement ring for those with a more unique sense of style, they can also be worn as an everyday cocktail ring making sure these ancient stones relevant in modern day jewellery.

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PDAM680W
A Beautiful Amethyst and Diamond ring in white gold
Only: £840
PDAM768W
A stunning Amethyst and diamond halo design set in white gold
Only: £1,201
PDAM747W
A beautiful Amethyst and diamond cluster with shoulder stones in white gold
Only: £1,342
PDAM777W
A beautiful Amethyst and diamond double halo cluster with shoulder stones in white gold
Only: £1,535
PDAM565W
A timeless amethyst & diamond ring with shoulder stones in white gold
From: £701 to £856

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As a type of quartz, amethyst rings offer great value and beauty for any price range. Artist Leonardo Di Vinci once said that amethysts protected against evil thoughts and enhanced intelligence.

Amethyst is the birthstone for February as well as the celebration gift for both 6th and 17th wedding anniversaries - so if you're stuck for gift ideas, look no further!

In Ancient Greece, amethysts were believed to prevent alcohol intoxication and were associated with Bacchus, the god of wine, due to their deep colour.

These purple gems are seen as a symbol of royalty and are often used during coronation ceremonies. In the United Kingdom, an amethyst sits proudly in the sceptre of the British Crown Jewels.