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AMETHYST

 The most popular purple rock in the world is Amethyst, a variety of quartz that has been used for personal adornment for more than 2000 years. On the Mohs Hardness scale, Amethyst ranks at 7 and does not fracture from cleavage. Amethyst is mainly prized for its brilliance in color and translucent transparency as a gemstone. 

Once a rare colored gem, Amethyst is now more widely available to the general public. Because of its accessibility and affordability, Amethyst is used in mass-market jewelry and specialized designer pieces. Amethyst is the most famous colored gem globally and one of the most valuable quartz varieties.

There are many different hues of purple in Amethyst, ranging from light pinks to purples of varying intensity and from brownish to bright hues. It also shows zones of lighter to darker colors, which are generally angular. 

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Where Does Amethyst Come From?

Amethyst is most commonly found in Brazil as geodes in volcanic rocks, including Uruguay, South Korea, Russia, the United States, and South India. Zambia is one of the world's largest amethyst producers, producing more than 1000 tonnes annually.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can the color of an Amethyst fade?

A: Amethyst's color can fade or even fracture if exposed to bright light for too long or if exposed to sudden temperature changes. Therefore, it is essential to store Amethyst carefully when not in use.

Q: How easy is it to chip? 

A: With a rating of 7 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness and zero gemstone cleavage, the Amethyst is a relatively durable gem. But if not handled properly, it can chip or crack.

Q: Can Amethyst Be Worn every day? 

A: Many people wear Amethysts every day, usually set into jewelry, like a diamond ring or a pendant. It is not a fragile gem, so you can easily wear it daily.

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