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A CUT ABOVE THE BEST

A CUT ABOVE THE BEST

CONSISTENCY

CONSISTENCY

Our gems are cut in the size and dimensions as we state. One-carat gem will always be one-carat gem.

BRILLIANCE

BRILLIANCE

Proper symmetry and proportions directly result in a more visually appealing gem.

POLISH

POLISH

The surface of every facet is clear and crisp leaving you with only a mirror like finish and sharp edges.

SYMMETRY

SYMMETRY

The position and shape of the facets are consistent around the gem showing off our immense attention to detail.

PROPORTIONS

PROPORTIONS

Well-cut gems have ideal proportions to optimize brilliance and sparkle. Our gems are not cut maximize rough yield.


About Amethyst

Amethyst

What are Natural Amethyst Rings?

Natural amethyst is what we call the violet-purple variety of the quartz mineral. Pure quartz is clear. Natural amethyst gets its color comes from iron impurities in the mineral. Natural amethyst occurs in a range of colors from bluish violet to reddish purple. It also occurs in a range of saturations from faint to dark. Jewelers sell faint color natural amethyst under the name "Rose de France." AZEERA offers natural amethyst rings in a nice medium saturation in purple with hints of red. Β 

How to Buy Natural Amethyst Rings

Natural amethyst is abundant across world. Because of this, you will see many variations in qualities of natural amethyst rings. Color is a matter of personal preference. But as gem dealers, we place a premium on natural amethyst in medium tone, deep rich colors, and no inclusions. While they won't be as expensive as ruby or sapphire, nice real amethyst rings can be a few hundred dollars. Darker and light tones or inclusions will lower the price of natural amethyst. Try cabochons as budget friendly solutions for natural amethyst rings. They fewer visible inclusions. AZEERA offers premium quality real amethyst rings at an affordable price.

How to Customize Natural Amethyst Rings White Gold

The beauty in natural amethyst lies in your ability to customize it. The color purple is versatile. You can pair it with any combination of gems and metal to create elegant jewelry. Natural amethyst rings white gold is one of our favorite pairing. The soft white color of metal goes with any shade of purple. It creates a look that isn't too subtle or loud. The most common option among clients is the 14k white gold amethyst ring.

How to Customize Natural Amethyst Rings Yellow Gold

If you don't like the natural amethyst rings white gold combination, try yellow gold. Warm colors like yellow contrast cool colors like purple. This paring makes the color of natural amethyst pop. You can enhance color further with a halo of diamonds. Yellow gold is excellent for statement ring. The most common option among clients is the 14k yellow gold amethyst ring.

How To Design Real Amethyst Rings White Gold

There are so many color combinations available for natural amethyst. There's no wrong answer, but if you need help, here is what our designers have to say. For a 14k white gold amethyst ring, diamonds and cool colored gems create a timeless look. Cool colored gems include pink tourmaline, aquamarine, and swiss blue topaz. Warm colored gems such as citrine and peridot stand out more in white gold. They are less subtle, but still look great. White gold is ideal for modern designs.

How To Design Real Amethyst Rings Yellow Gold

For a 14k yellow gold amethyst ring, cool colored gems add life and fun. Pink tourmaline and aquamarine bring a youthful element to the design. Warm colored gems enhance the visual affect of natural amethyst. Citrine and peridot create an organic floral look with yellow gold. Yellow gold is ideal for classic and antique designs. Regardless of the combination you choose, your natural amethyst will shine.

THE LIFE OF A GEM

FOLLOW THE GEM AS IT TRANSFORMS

FOLLOW THE GEM AS IT TRANSFORMS

1. Rough

Gem material mined from the earth. Rough is uncut un-shaped natural gemstones or crystals, usually without excess rock and ore.

2. Preform

The basic shape of the gem. Creating preform is a process done by sawing or using coarse abrasives to grind the gem into a workable shape.

3. Shaped

The gem in a more refined shape. Cutter prepare the gem for faceting by attaching it to dop stick with wax. The gem is them shaped with a higher abrasive.

4. Faceted

The gem with the basic faceting pattern. The facets are defined, but not perfect. There is extra material on the gem so cutters can polish it with precision.

5. Polished

A finished gem. Cutters use a higher abrasive to slowly smooth the surface. All facets are polished with the edges meeting to form proper corners.

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