February Birthstones: What’s New in Amethyst Earrings?

Marina B Earrings
Marina B Earrings
Photo Courtesy of Dorfman Jewelers, Boston
A & Furst Amethyst Earrings
A & Furst Amethyst Earrings
Photo Courtesy of Dorfman Jewelers, Boston
Estenza Earrings
Estenza Earrings
Photo Courtesy of NationalJeweler.com
Zaghani Earrings
Zeghani Earrings
Photo Courtesy of JCKOnline.com $2,400

For those of you lucky enough to have been born in February, may we suggest celebrating your birthday with a pair of amethyst earrings? This season there are hundreds of delicious new styles and color combinations to choose from, at every price point imaginable. Here are several of our fine jewelry favorites in beautiful amethyst. Birthday or not, indulge yourself!

What’s Pnew? From Marina B: Pneu Earrings in 18kt yellow gold with diamonds, amethyst, black jade, and interchangeable bottom beads. $13,500 at Dorfman Jewelers, Boston.

 

First Things Furst. From the “Marrakech” collection by A & Furst: 18kt white gold with black rhodium earrings, with octagonal amethysts and pear-shaped tsavorites. Handmade in Italy, signed A & Furst. $6,900 at Dorfman Jewelers, Boston. (Matching ring available, price on request.)

Drop-Dead Gorgeous. Estenza’s Amethyst Drop Earrings with diamond accents are set in 14kt gold. $3,450. Estenza.com

Beware of Curves. Pear-shaped Amethyst and Chalcedony Teardrop Earrings from Zeghani feature an S-curved line of diamonds. $2,400. Zeghani.com

To learn how to clean and care for all your amethyst jewelry, click here.

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