February brings forth its own unique birthstone, the captivating amethyst. Understanding the significance and history of your birthstone can deepen your connection to it. Let’s explore why amethyst is the perfect February birthstone, how it’s been cherished through history and how it can resonate with you.

Why Amethyst?

February is graced with the enchanting amethyst as its birthstone. This gemstone’s celebrated for its striking purple colour and is associated with tranquillity, peace and inner strength—qualities that align beautifully with the transition from winter to spring.

Amethyst Birthstone Jewellery

The History of Amethyst

Amethyst has a long and storied history, dating back thousands of years. Its name is derived from the Greek word "amethystos," which means "not intoxicated." Ancient Greeks believed that amethysts had the power to promote clarity of mind. Amethyst is associated with qualities such as serenity, balance and wisdom.

The Significance of Amethyst

Amethysts are believed to have both physical and emotional healing properties, making them a symbol of protection and inner strength. They’re often used in meditation practices to promote calmness and clarity. Amethysts are also associated with spiritual growth and enlightenment, making them meaningful gemstones for those on a journey of self-discovery.

Amethyst Jewellery at Abbott Lyon

At Abbott Lyon, we're passionate about crafting exquisite jewellery that captures the essence of amethysts. Our birthstone collection, includes rings, necklaces, bracelets, and earrings, designed to complement your style, with the option to personalise your piece.

Whether you're treating yourself or selecting a meaningful gift, amethyst jewellery from our collection is a beautiful way to celebrate with a February birthstone. Explore our amethyst jewellery and discover the beauty of this gemstone.

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