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Evidence points to the use of amethysts by Egyptian nobility around 3,000 B.
C., when it was used in pendants, bracelets, and crowns.
Ancient Persia has always had four seasons and that gave the huge variety to Persian cuisine from tropical food to hot pot dishes that are most popular on a chilly winter.They are so strong, they can only be cut or polished by another diamond.The name itself is derived from the Greek word, , which means “invincible.” The diamond is typically colorless, but yellow, brown, green, gray, black, pink, blue, red, and purple stones can also be found along the diamond color spectrum.The amethyst is said to have been Catherine the Great’s favorite gemstone and dark-hued stones are found in today’s British Crown Jewels.It is important to keep amethyst jewerly away from the sun, as heat strips the gem of color and causes it to turn yellow.
Photo gallery: See our Pinterest photo gallery of amethyst jewelry Photo credit: Didier Descouens (Own work) via Wikimedia Commons symbolizes loyalty, honesty, and beauty.