Celtic Birthstone - Amethyst
The Celtic birthstone is the amethyst. This Celtic star sign is known as Braden and runs from August 5th to Sept
1st. The hazel is the tree assigned to this month.
We hope these suggestions will help you...
Create Your Own Gift
Purchase various shaped amethyst beads and create a bracelet and necklace of your very
own design to give as a gift. Very personal and the person receiving the Celtic birthstone amethyst gift is sure to
This is a nice gift usually at a reasonable price. Available in gold and silver, there
many jewelry items ranging from earrings, drop pendants, bracelets and rings. Look for Celtic designs containing an
Amethyst Crystal Rocks
Very attractive and may be purchased in various sizes. Pick one that is a suitable
size for the place you have in mind for the gift.
Celtic Birthstone Amethyst Books
Check the type of book the person likes to read. Look out for titles that have the word 'amethyst' in them. The
authors name may contain the word amethyst. 'Amethyst' is a book by Lauraine Snelling. This may make a suitable
gift for a lady who loves romantic fiction.
Amethyst Colored Flowers
Purchase a bouquet in violets and purple. There should be plenty of choice and to finish of the gift place in a
vase so that the person receiving the gift doesn't need to hunt for one. The flowers will keep longer if they
haven't spent too much time out of water.
Amethyst Gemstone Information
Amethyst gemstones are violet or purple varieties of quartz.
Traditionally amethyst was one of the most valuable gem stones, but since the discovery of large deposits in
Brazil and many other countries the stones have lost most of their value.
It was once believed that the amethyst protected the owner from getting drunk, with the ancient Greeks and
Romans making drinking cups of amethyst. It was also worn believing that it would prevent intoxication.
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