- These 9 Jewels Are Amethyst at Its Best
- As someone whose absolute least favorite color is purple, I sure do love my fair share of amethyst pieces. It's really a testament to the beautiful things jewelry designers are able to come up with, and it just keeps getting better.
- Welcome spring by taking a gem mining trip
- The business gets its “dirt” from 25 mines around the country and the world, to ensure visitors get a good mix of precious stones in their digging, from rubies and emeralds to sapphires, amethysts, garnets and Amazonite.
- Jen's Obsession: Madstone's Melting Ice Cocktail Ring in Gold With Amethyst
- Madstone jewelry designer Kerri Halpern's newest Melting Ice Cocktail ring is off-the-charts adorable. While the inspiration is evident in the name, I see little bubbles in the round-shape tanzanites and diamonds that seem to create suds around the ...
- An Anne of Green Gables glossary of Anne Shirley-isms, in honor of her birthday
- She ponders whether a rose is glad to be a rose (determining it must be, especially since it's pink), empathizes sincerely with the trees at the orphanage, and expresses a belief that amethysts are “the souls of good violets.
- TELL ME A STORY: Secrets of the River (A Persian legend)
- But as they were digging, they came across a field of gems -- rubies, amethysts, diamonds and sapphires all glittering under the sun. The merchant nodded as he remembered. "The river brought me even greater wealth," he told the brothers.
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