Amethyst Jewelry

According to the Ancient Greeks, amethyst received its distinctive wine-purple hue after the god of the grape, Dionysus, drank to much wine and became angry with the young virgin Amethyst for rebuffing his advances and transformed her in a stone of shimmering quartz. We love wearing Amethyst jewelry for its colorful ability to glam up everything from chandelier earrings to chunky cocktail rings, bold cuffs and statement necklaces.