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Silver Necklace with Charoite & Amethyst - Product Code NS361149

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Silver and Natural Stones CollectionsThis is another exclusive creation from GsS. Product DetailsThis product is 925 polished silver with Charoite & Amethyst. This product is approx. 44cm long.This product weight is approx. 78 grams.About the stones:The colors in each piece of Charoite range from bright lavender, violet and lilac to dark purple with both white, gray and black veining. It forms a swirling pattern of interlocking crystals. Charoite is an unsual mineral and of rare occurence. It forms from alteration of limestones by the close presences of an alkali-rich nephline syenite intrusion. The heat, pressure and more importantly, the infusion of unique chemicals into the rock is responsible for the transformations into new minerals such as charoite. Charoite is named after the nearby Charo River.The Russians first discovered charoite in 1947 in the Murun mountains in Yakutia, but it was not known in the West until 1978. Charoite is used as an ornamental stone and as a gemstone. Amethyst is the birthstone of Aquarius. Amethyst is anniversary gemstone for the 4th and 6th year of marriage.The story of the origin of amethyst comes from Greek legends: The god of wine, Bacchus, was insulted one day by a mere mortal. He swore the next mortal that crossed his path, would be attacked by his fierce tigers. Along came a beautiful maiden named Amethyst. Goddess Diana turned Amethyst in a beautiful statue of quartz to save her from the tigers claws. Remorseful Bacchus wept tears of wine over the stone maiden, creating a lively purple stone. Purple color has long been considered a royal color so it is not surprising that amethyst has been so popular through the history. Fine amethysts are featured in the British Crown Jewels and were also a favorite of Catherine the Great and Egyptian royalty. There are evidences that around 3,000 B. C. in Egypt and in anterior Asia were made jewels of Amethyst. The Amethyst is perhaps as popular today as it was in ancient time. Clean your Amethyst in ultrasonic jewelry cleaner or with warm, soapy water and a soft bristle brush.

Vendor Price: 115.00