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Multistone Amethyst Florette Wedding Rings
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About Multistone Amethyst Florette Wedding Rings
Your wedding ring is your vow on your finger. At Gemvara, we believe that the wedding band you wear should be one of a kind, like you. That's why all our wedding rings are made from scratch in your choice of gems and precious metals to perfectly symbolize your love.
Not sure you can find a matching wedding band style you'll both love? Don't worry: today it's more common to have two different styles. Often brides will match their wedding rings to their engagement rings instead. If you want different wedding rings that are still connected, you can choose the same gem, precious metal, or symbol to link your two rings.
Our impressive selection of multistone amethyst florette wedding rings by Bijoux & Bijoux, Jeet Palavwala, David West, and many other jewelry designers means you can find a style that's perfect for you. Skilled American craftspeople set every gem in our multistone styles by hand. Because all Gemvara multistone amethyst florette wedding rings are made to order, we'll also make your ring to fit your finger perfectly. Request a free ring sizing kit if you're not sure of your size. Our multistone amethyst florette wedding rings are created just for you in the finest materials. Amethyst comes from the Greek amethystos which means not drunken because this gem is said to keep you sober. Amethyst is the February birthstone and the 6th anniversary gem and 17th anniversary gem.
With a little care, your wedding rings will wear beautifully. Clean multistone amethyst florette wedding rings in a bowl of water with a little mild dish soap. You can use a soft brush where dust collects. Gemvara's fine quality multistone amethyst florette wedding rings are designed to be passed down for generations, hand-crafted by skilled craftspeople in the United States.
The gem of peace and sobriety, the name "amethyst" comes from a Greek the word meaning "not drunken." According to the ancient Greeks, this wine-colored gem had the power to keep you sober. Amethyst is often used in religious settings as a symbol of piety and celibacy. Tibetan Buddhists meditate using amethyst rosaries to calm the mind and Bishop's rings often feature an amethyst. Color is the most important element in amethyst quality: the more vibrant and bright the lavender purple hue, the more valuable the amethyst. Gemvara's amethyst is a rich purple that complements both warm and cool colors. A well-cut amethyst is also important because the right cut will maximize the color and well as allow the amethyst to sparkle in the light. Amethyst is the February birthstone and the 6th and 17th anniversary gem. All Gemvara jewelry is made to order, which ensures that a premium-quality amethyst will be hand-selected to perfectly suit your design. Crafted in the United States, Gemvara's fine amethyst jewelry is precious and personal, surely to be passed down for generations to come.
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