Natural Green Amethyst 925 sterling silver filigree design earrings, 8x12mm pear cut Green Amethyst is prong set in 925 sterling silver handmade earrings. Dangle drop filigree design tear drop Prasiolite gemstone earrings weight approx. 4.8gram, length approx. 17mm and width approx. 9mm.
Natural gemstone Green Amethyst is prong set in unique designer 925 sterling silver dangle drop earrings, filigree design high polished 925 sterling silver drop earrings designed by Jewels Artisan and truly handcrafted by skilled silversmiths with years of experience.
Prasiolite Gemstone: Green amethyst - prasiolite is getting very popular lately due to its visual appeal and the aggressive promotional marketing by the jewelry industry. However, green amethyst is not so different from its relative - the purple amethyst. In fact, artificial prasiolite is almost exclusively produced from purple amethyst, and that is why this gemstone is sometimes referred to as greened amethyst. This name reflects the process of production: some amethyst crystal when heated to several hundred degrees change their color to green instead of yellow (which one would normally expect. The green color of prasiolite can range from pale yellowish green to deep green nuances. When possessing some characteristic shades of green, prasiolite can easily match some more expensive gemstones.
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Natural stones are products of the nature. Therefore, variations in color, pattern, texture and veining must be accepted. These differences and variations in stone should be considered as the beauty of natural stone instead of flaws.
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