Amethyst Engagement Rings
With a long and storied tradition, purple amethyst is one of the most famous gemstones. Ancient Romans had a legend that amethyst color is a result of the drunk god Bacchus chasing a woman. When this woman, named Amethyst, cried to another god for help she became colorless quartz. Bacchus' goblet of wine was poured over her, forming a purple stain. For Romans, protection from drunkenness was among the amethyst properties. Almost in contrast to this chaotic legend, a common amethyst stone meaning is calm and freedom from anxiety. Developing a connection with Jesus Christ, and the amethyst gold ring would later become a traditional symbol of Christian bishops.
Before amethyst was found in Brazil, the amethyst price was very high. However, increased quantity has made a vintage amethyst ring affordable for everyone. These days, it is inexpensive enough to make into fashion statements like a rose gold amethyst ring. Such rings are very popular, especially because they are so feminine. Pink and purple easily blend to make something stunning.
Modern couples on a budget might choose an amethyst engagement ring. While amethyst isn't the cheapest stone available, it is still much more affordable than diamonds, rubies, or sapphires. This is also a fashion-forward choice that can be lovely for the right girl. When used as an engagement ring, amethyst can make her feel like royalty. As an engagement ring, how much is amethyst worth? Priceless, if only for sentimental reasons.