Amethyst Stackable Rings
Add these stunning Amethyst Stackable Rings to your ring collection. This set is a trio of 3 unique, petite rings. It shows off single Amethyst, Peridot and Garnet crystals, each set in a simple .925 sterling silver setting.
These three rings can be stacked on one finger or worn on different fingers with multiple variations, as they aren’t attached to each other.
They come in 4 different sizes US 6, 8, & 9. We only have one available in each size.
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These Amethyst Stackable Rings each have a band thickness of approximately 1 mm. Each crystal has a slightly different shape, but they all sit at approximately 4 mm x 3 mm x 2 mm.
Learn About Each Crystal
Protection, purification, Divine connection, release of addictions
Chakra: Third Eye, Crown, Etheric
Zodiac Signs: Pisces, Virgo, Aquarius, Capricorn, Scorpio, Sagittarius
Wedding Anniversary: 6th, 9th, 28th & 33rd year
Amethyst Crystal Healing Properties
Amethyst crystal meanings largely encompass emotional balance and facilitation of meditation. It opens and clears the third-eye and crown chakras, which accelerates the development of intuition and psychic abilities. Also, Amethyst helps to identify and change root causes behind behaviours and emotional patterns. It encourages us to take responsibility for our reality and promotes inner peace.
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Amethyst History and Uses
Amethyst derives its name from ametusthos, meaning “not intoxicated” and relates to an ancient Greek legend. Dionysus, the god of celebration and revelry, declared he would have revenge on mortals for not drinking his wine. He decided to have the beautiful maiden named Amethyst eaten by his tigers while she was on her way to worship at the temple of Artemis, the virgin huntress. So, she called to Artemis for protection and the goddess turned her into a pure white quartz statue to save her from the tigers. When Dionysus saw how beautiful she was he was filled with remorse for his ruthlessness. He began to weep into his cup of wine which then spilled over the quartz statue turning it a beautiful shade of purple.
Amethyst can range in colour from lilac pink, to purple red to deep purple. In ancient times the Romans inlaid their cups with it, believing it would protect them from drunkenness. Similarly, Catholic bishops wore Amethyst rings to prevent mystical intoxication. Likewise, kissing the ring was thought to keep people focused on spiritual thoughts. It was used for protection from black magic and treachery and to ensure victory in war and in hunting.
Amethyst Geological Description
This crystal is part of the Quartz family with a trigonal crystal system and a hardness of 7. Its purple colour comes from trace amounts of iron and aluminium. We find that the best quality specimens come from Brazil and Uruguay.
I trust in the higher purpose of my journey.
Prosperity, warmth & well-being
Chakras: Solar plexus, heart
Zodiac Signs: Virgo, Leo, Scorpio, Sagittarius
Birthstone: August, September
Wedding Anniversary: 1st, 16th year
Peridot Crystal Healing Properties
Peridot is a believed generator of abundance and manifestation. It is thought to help remove blockages to receiving energy. As such, it opens you up to accepting abundance in all areas of life. Also, this crystal is often felt as a very positive stone. It brings an inner sense of warmth and wellbeing. Similarly, it helps in alleviating feelings of low self-esteem or guilt. In a physical sense, it is thought to help in supporting the heart and circulation.
History and Uses
The oldest records of Peridot date back to 1500 BC. It was mined in Zabargad, an island in the Egyptian Red Sea. It was considered a symbol of the Sun from Ancient Times to the Middle Ages. Apparently, according to a Greek manuscript it confers royal dignity to its bearer.
Interestingly enough, it was a favourite of the ancient Egyptians too. They used to crush it into a powder to treat asthma, relieve thirst and heat and to ward off evil spells. Peridot is also known as Olivine and Chrysolite. It varies in colour from yellow, to brownish-olive green depending on the amount of iron in the crystal. Gem quality Peridot is relatively rare so it is considered a precious stone. Peridot is one of only two gemstones formed deep in the magma of the earth, it is brought to the surface through volcanic activity. Olivine can sometimes be found in pallasite meteorites.
Peridot is a magnesium iron silicate mineral with a hardness of 7. Its crystal system is orthorhombic and it usually forms in short, compact prisms. Important sources of Peridot are found in Pakistan, Burma, Australia, Brazil, South Africa, and the USA.
I resonate with the abundant energy of the Universe.
Emotional healing, self-worth, strength, security
Chakras: Base, heart
Zodiac Signs: Leo, Virgo, Capricorn, Aquarius
Wedding Anniversary: 2nd, 15th & 19th year
Number: Master number 11
Garnet Crystal Healing Properties
Garnet meanings are believed to be about protection and grounding. It allows us to feel stable and calm. Also, it is very soothing to the emotions and helps to align and strengthen the physical and emotional self. Garnet is thought to carry the energy of prosperity and the enjoyment of worldly pleasures. As such, it is a useful tool for manifestation, helping to ground one’s dreams and desires in the physical realm.
Garnet History and Uses
Garnet crystal derives its name from either of two medieval Latin words. These are Granatum, “pomegranate”, referring to its colour or Granum, the name of a red dye. However, Garnet can be found in many colours ranging from dark red to orange, green to brown and pink & black. In ancient times, it was referred to as Carbunculus, a reference to glowing embers.
Similarly, Noah’s Ark was said to be lit by a Garnet lantern. Also, it has been used throughout history by emperors, knights, and warriors as a protective talisman and to heal the blood. Hindus and Buddhists consider it a holy stone of enlightenment. It was used as early as 2100 BC by the Sumerians and has been highly regarded worldwide by many ancient cultures. These include Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Native North American, Aztec, Mayan, and African tribal cultures.
Garnet Geological Description
There are five types of garnet – Rhodolite, Almandine, Spessartine, Grossular, Andradite and Uvarovite. Most Garnets are a variety of aluminium silicates. Their hardness varies from 6.5 to 7.5. Garnets are found in India, Afghanistan, Austria, Czech Republic, Mexico, Greenland, Africa, Sri Lanka, Brazil, Madagascar, Sweden and the USA.
When I am in tune with the earth I am safe, secure & complete.