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12.04 Carat Genuine Multi Stone .925 Sterling Silver Bracelet

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12.04 Carat Genuine Multi Stone .925 Sterling Silver Bracelet
SKU: QB1155M-SSR
QB1155M-SSR
QB1155M-SSR
QB1155M-SSR

12.04 Carat Genuine Multi Stone .925 Sterling Silver Bracelet

SKU: QB1155M-SSR
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Flaunt yourself with this multi-tourmaline tennis bracelet. The natural gemstones have a combined weight of 10.85 carats and are set in .925 sterling silver with rhodium plating. The multi color hue of this bracelet adds a pop of color to any look! The understated design and vibrant stones makes this bracelet perfect for every occasion.

Product Details:
.925 Sterling Silver
Stone Details: Amethyst
Item Type: Bracelet
Gross Wt: 17.9
Gemstone Wt: 12.04 ctw
Total Stone Wt: 12.04 ctw
Metal Stamp: 925 QJ™ IN
Finish: Rhodium Plated
Product Style: Multistone Bracelet
Clasp: Box With Tongue And Safety Clasps
Total Qty Of Stones: 35
Height: 4.57 MM
Width: 4.83 MM
Length: 7.00 INCHES
Primary Stone Color: Purple
Birthstone Month: February
Gender: Women
Gemstone Information:

Amethyst Information

Stone Shape: Oval
Stone Size: 5x4mm
Stone Quantity: 4
Stone Cts: 1.36 ctw
Stone Creation Method: Natural
Stone Treatment Method: Not Treated
Stone Treatment Code: E

Peridot Information

Stone Shape: Oval
Stone Size: 5x4mm
Stone Quantity: 4
Stone Cts: 1.40 ctw
Stone Creation Method: Natural
Stone Treatment Method: Not Treated
Stone Treatment Code: N

Citrine Information

Stone Shape: Oval
Stone Size: 5x4mm
Stone Quantity: 4
Stone Cts: 1.32 ctw
Stone Creation Method: Natural
Stone Treatment Method: Heat Treated
Stone Treatment Code: N

Iolite Information

Stone Shape: Oval
Stone Size: 5x4mm
Stone Quantity: 4
Stone Cts: 1.24 ctw
Stone Creation Method: Natural
Stone Treatment Method: Not Treated
Stone Treatment Code: N

Tanzanite Information

Stone Shape: Oval
Stone Size: 5x4mm
Stone Quantity: 4
Stone Cts: 1.32 ctw
Stone Creation Method: Natural
Stone Treatment Method: Heat Treated
Stone Treatment Code: E

Garnet Information

Stone Shape: Oval
Stone Size: 5x4mm
Stone Quantity: 4
Stone Cts: 1.80 ctw
Stone Creation Method: Natural
Stone Treatment Method: Not Treated
Stone Treatment Code: N

Rhodolite Garnet Information

Stone Shape: Oval
Stone Size: 5x4mm
Stone Quantity: 4
Stone Cts: 1.68 ctw
Stone Creation Method: Natural
Stone Treatment Method: Not Treated
Stone Treatment Code: N

Apatite Information

Stone Shape: Oval
Stone Size: 5x4mm
Stone Quantity: 4
Stone Cts: 1.20 ctw

Opal Information

Stone Shape: Oval
Stone Size: 5x4mm
Stone Quantity: 3
Stone Cts: 0.72 ctw
Stone Creation Method: Natural
Stone Treatment Method: Not Treated
Stone Treatment Code: N
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About Amethyst:

Amethyst is an exceptionally well-known mineral and gemstone. It is the purple variety of the mineral Quartz has been a prized gem for centuries. It is the birthstone for Pisces and the month of February, and the gemstone for the 6th & 17th wedding anniversaries. This stunning semi-precious stone is formed in geodes called "hollow rocks". When used as a gemstone, Amethyst is often heat-treated to deepen the color, or to transform it into Citrine. The typical color of an amethyst boasts the color of royalty, a rich violet-purple. Some varieties may also change to a light green color, which is given the trade name "Prasiolite", or "Green Amethyst", as it is more commonly known in the gem trade.

Amethyst has been a highly esteemed gemstone for centuries and was once equivalent to rubies and sapphires. The discovery of huge deposits of amethyst stones in South America and other countries increased its availability and simultaneously reduced its rarity and price. In spite of this, it still remains one of the most popular choices among the many semi-precious gemstones available today.

This gem gets its name from the Greek term "amethystos", which refers to "not being inebriated". It was believed that an amethyst possessed the powers to negate the effects of alcohol consumption and also promote sobriety. Throughout history, this gemstone has been cherished for its captivating beauty. Even today, it is considered to be a symbol of contentment and spirituality. An amethyst is attributed with the power to calm the mind and prevent conflicting emotions. Amethyst is an attractive gemstone with a rating of 7 on the Mohs scale, which makes it relatively hard. The natural abundance and infinite variety of quartz have made it the most widely used of all gem minerals.