February Birthstone: St.Valentine's Amethyst Earrings

Amethyst is easily identified as the gemstone of royalty because of its rich color that ranges from a soft lilac to a deep velvety purple. For ages, the beautiful glow of purple Amethyst can be found set in religious jewelry, royal crown jewels as well as the coronation regalia of British royalty.

February Birthstone: The Stone of Romance -Crystal Allure Beaded Jewelry Creations
As the birthstone for February, Amethyst may seem an odd stone to associate with the month of all things St. Valentine, love, hearts, pink, candy and red roses. But, actually, it is the perfect stone to associate with February because it is called "The Stone of Romance".

Amethyst is said to have been the favorite gemstone of Russian empress, Catherine the Great. It is also said to have been in a ring that Cleopatra wore and was believed to have captured the hearts of both Julius Caesar and Marc Antony. Amethyst is considered the stone of Saint Valentine, the patron saint of romantic love, who was made a saint on February 14th (Valentine's Day). Legend has it that St. Valentine wore an Amethyst ring carved with the image of Cupid.

Purple is also associated with passion and what better month to make Amethyst its' birthstone than February?!
February Birthstone: Amethyst Stardust Crystal Drop Earrings (EBC101)
February Birthstone Earrings
Amethyst Stardust Crystal Drop Earrings (EBC101)
The stardust Pave' style beads in these beautiful handmade beaded earrings remind you of an amethyst geode! These birthstone earrings were designed with Amethyst Swarovski Crystals, amethyst crystal accented silver stardust Pave' style beads, sterling silver Bali, purple glass teardrop beads and silver filigree bead caps. Sterling silver ear wire hooks. Crystal earrings length is 1-1/4" from the bottom of the earwire.

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