Amethysts form in long, prismatic crystals in geodes or hollow rocks. These form where there are cavities in volcanic rock. As the rock cools, the mineral-saturated water, gases and volcanic material distil and crystallize. When these crystals harden, they form amethyst. Although generally more of a deeper purple, the stone can also have a reddish-purple tinge, or a very pale purple tinge that fades into a lilac.
Our beautiful chipped gemstone bracelets are on a strong stretch cord. They are made to be worn alone or try stacking them together! 8" wide.
Natural amethyst stones are connected to the third eye and crown chakras. The purple color to reddish-purple hues of amethyst has long been a symbol of peace, cleansing and calming energy.