Amethysts are a variety of quartz that's very hard and versatile. In addition to the traditional purple hues most people are familiar with in amethysts, the Uruguayan mines offer a diverse range of enchanting lavender, lilac, and violet shades. Also a miscellany of tones in pink, green, bluish, or charming earthy colors. This allows for fulfilling all desires in coloring, still honoring the customers' preference for amethysts and surely, the shapes of all geodes and semiprecious stones are undeniably unpaired as well as the crystal peaks themselves.

These mineral specimens reveal a unique and exquisite arrangement of visible components, which represent the remarkable combination of minerals involved in their formation through the course of millions of years. All amethysts form inside of a geode in volcanic rock, developing from the outer basalt inwards, revealing their complex composition, and concluding in the glowing crystals peaks we all marvel at.

The medley of a wide variety of details adorns every piece in an enriched and unique alluring balance, including the possible presence of occasionally visible stalactite formations. Fairly rare calcites in assorted shapes, colors, and textures, or even decorative bands of colorful agate, jasper, and celadonite offer an enchanting add-on detail.

Many centuries ago amethysts were only available to royalty, as they were the highest-priced quartz variety. Nowadays, due to its accessibility and affordability, it is a popular gemstone that embodies the glamorous offerings of our Earth.