Amethyst Toggle Clasp Bracelet(G)

£15.50

The bracelet is made with Amethyst chips and round bead stones.

It has gold plated accessories and a toggle clasp, which make it easy for the wearer to clasp by oneself.

It measures 7.5 inches/19cm from tip to tip and weigh 43grams.

Wikipedia etc…..Amethyst is a dark purple, violet, light purple variety of quartz. The ancient Greeks wore amethyst and carved drinking vessels from it in the belief that it would prevent intoxication. It is a stone well worn by royalty.

Amethyst is one of the twelve gemstones that lined the walls of heaven in Revelations. In the Roman Catholic church, the pure colour of Amethyst is associated with the wine transfigured to Christ’s blood in the sacrament of Mass. Amethyst has been a signature gemstone for bishops and is often incorporated into many of their ceremonial rings.

It was also one of the twelve stones found on the Breast plate of Aron

Amethyst is a semiprecious stone that is often used in jewellery and is the traditional birthstone for February.

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The bracelet is made with Amethyst chips and round bead stones.

It has gold plated accessories and a toggle clasp, which make it easy for the wearer to clasp by oneself.

Measurement: 7.5 inches/19cm from tip to tip and weigh 43grams.

Wikipedia etc…..Amethyst is a dark purple, violet, light purple variety of quartz. The ancient Greeks wore amethyst and carved drinking vessels from it in the belief that it would prevent intoxication. It is a stone well worn by royalty.

Amethyst is one of the twelve gemstones that lined the walls of heaven in Revelations. In the Roman Catholic church, the pure colour of Amethyst is associated with the wine transfigured to Christ’s blood in the sacrament of Mass. Amethyst has been a signature gemstone for bishops and is often incorporated into many of their ceremonial rings.

It was also one of the twelve stones found on the Breast plate of Aron

Amethyst is a semiprecious stone that is often used in jewellery and is the traditional birthstone for February.

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