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Amethyst,10.76 ct. Rose de France, Natural, Master Cut
Natural Amethyst, 10.76 ct. Rose de France, Master Cut

Amethyst,10.76 ct. Rose de France, Natural, Master Cut

Regular price $590.00 Sale

Amethyst,10.76 ct. Rose de France, Natural, Master Cut

Natural Amethyst (Rose De France)

  • Gem Type: Amethyst
  • Weight: 10.76 Carats
  • Size: 15.3 x 11.7 x 10.2mm
  • Grading: IF
  • Design: Antwerp Brilliant
  • Color: Light Purple
  • Origin: Bolivia
  • Treatment: None at all
  • Hardness: 7
  • Refractive Index: 1.54-1.55
  • Cut: Custom cut by Doug  (Award winning/USFG Certified Master Faceter)

Amethyst is a violet variety of quartz often used in jewelry. Amethyst is one of the most popular gemstones and has been considered valuable since ancient times. Its name derives from the Greek “amethystos”, which means “not intoxicate”, as Amethyst in antiquity was thought to ward off drunkenness. Amethyst was once highly regarded among the precious gemstones like Ruby and Emerald, but discoveries of huge Amethyst deposits since the 1800’s have made Amethyst fairly inexpensive and very obtainable. Amethyst colors range from light to dark purple, and the transparent deep purple colors are the most highly regarded. Birthstone for February. *CARE (Amethyst)*

Ultrasonic: Usually safe. Steamer: Risky. Heat: Poor; color change may occur with heat. Chemicals that harm: Hydrofluoric acid, ammonium fluoride. Best; Warm, soapy water and then gently clean with a soft brush. Dry with a soft cloth or air dry. *CLARITY CHART* IF – Internally flawless; free of inclusions VVS – Very, very slight inclusions; microscopic inclusions barely       seen under a loupe with 10x magnification VS – Very Slight inclusions; visible inclusions that can be seen under magnification and sometimes also with the unaided eye. SI – Small inclusions; inclusions that are obvious under magnification and to the unaided eye. I – Heavy or large inclusions obvious to the naked eye