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Green Amethyst Beads: The Necklace that is Full of Delight

Green Amethyst, is a light to medium green component of Quartz species of mineral. Green Amethyst is not the only thing that is part of the Quartz clan.  Rose Quartz, Smoky Quartz, Citrine, Lemon Quartz are also part of this group.

Green Amethyst is miles away related from the other green kinds of gemstone such as the precious gemstone emerald, tourmaline, tsavorite garnet, chrome diopside or peridot.

Green Amethyst is that gemstone famous for having a lot of names. Some geologist called this gemstone “Greened Amethyst” while most used to call it by its other name Prasiolite. Prasiolite came from the Greek Word that means “Leek Stone”. The Greek word was given to this nickname because Green Amethyst resembles the color of a Leek. Some of the people misleads it by calling this gemstone Green Quartz or incorrectly called lime citrine.

These bombastic gemstones embedded into beads are naturally heated for it to achieve its desired and designated green gemstone. Certain types of Amethyst can be turned into green ones, but the major kinds that is commonly turned into one are the purple Amethyst, colorless Quartz can also be turned into such gob-smacking beautiful Green Amethyst.

Kind of similar with the other variation of Quartz, Green Amethyst is only made of components such as silicon dioxide. It forms hexagonal crystals, has a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Green Amethyst are regularly found in the landmines of Brazil. It can also be collected from places like Arizona, California, Nevada and Zimbabwe.

Green Amethyst is a tubular kind of gemstone when it comes to making it as a jewellery, and semipreciousking.com’s collection of Green Amethyst Beads Necklace just proves that these awesome kinds of Amethyst is very suitable for a jewellery. Get it now in a very reliable wholesale price!