Ametrine Tassel Earrings
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As seen in Oprah Magazine March 2016!
Faceted lavender hued amethyst drops swing from strands of ametrine gemstones and give way to faceted amethyst teardrops. With 22-kt gold vermeil accents and posts. 3.5 inches long.
Ametrine = Amethyst + Citrine. They are essentially the same stone; when heated, an amethyst will turn to citrine!
Amethyst: The word Amethyst comes from the Greek ‘amethystos’, meaning, “not drunken”, as it was thought to protect against inebriation. Amethysts were traditionally associated with the ancient Roman fertility and wine god, Bacchus, and the word amethyst in German is ‘bacchusstein’- the Bacchus Stone. Amethyst is believed to bring emotional stability and strength, especially in times of pain or grief. It is the soothing stone of sobriety and is helpful in dispelling addictions and destructive behaviors of all kinds. Light colored amethyst is associated with the crown chakra. Amethyst is the birthstone for February.
Citrine: The stone of happiness and sunshine! Derived from the Latin word for citrus, citrines are said to carry the power of the sun; thus, crystal therapists use them to this day for helping overcome depression, fears and phobias. Citrine’s sister stone is amethyst, and when heat-treated an amethyst will transform into a citrine. Citrine is one of the two minerals on the planet that neither accumulates nor retains negative energy and clears negative energy of other stones, spaces and people. It is the birthstone for November.