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FAQs about Amethyst Rings
An amethyst ring is worth the combination of the stones it holds and the precious metals it's paired with. Gold and platinum rings will cost more than silver rings, and deeper colored amethysts usually cost more than lighter hues. Ranging from a few hundred to thousands of dollars, you're sure to find a beaming amethyst ring to fit your budget.
While you can wear an amethyst ring on any finger you prefer, you may take into consideration the gem's hardness. Amethyst ranks 7/10 on the Mohs hardness scale, making it quite tough, but not immune to damage. To help protect your ring from unexpected impact, you can place it on either your third or fourth finger on your non-dominant hand. You can also preserve your ring's integrity with proper cleaning and storage.
Whether you're looking to add some color to your closet or hoping to benefit from the calming essence of the stone, amethyst rings are an on-trend jewelry choice. Contemporary designs include stacking amethyst rings with emerald rings and sapphire rings. These three gemstones sit within the same color scheme and naturally draw your gaze when layered together. White gold amethyst rings are popular for fashionable graduation and birthday gifts, while gold amethyst rings are made modern with open-ended designs.