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Amethyst has been a beloved stone since ancient times. In Greek mythology, a young girl named Amethyst was turned to stone by the Goddess Diana to protect her from Dionysus, the God of wine. Dionysus was deeply saddened over this and when his tears hit his wine goblet, the stone maiden is said to have turned from white quartz to a beautiful purple hue.
This antique amethyst riviere necklace (circa 1880-1900) features 33 faceted natural amethyst stones set in silver with a bit of a gold gilt overlay.
The necklace is 18 inches with a hidden clasp and in very good condition.
Materials: Amethyst, Silver.
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