Awesome amethysts: The best February birthstone jewellery


For those lucky enough to be born in the month of love, February’s amethyst birthstone is a durable and versatile gemstone beloved by fine jewellers – which means there are plenty of options when it comes to gifting (or treating yourself).

Taking its name from the Ancient Greek word methustos, which translates as ‘intoxicated’, amethyst jewels supposedly protect the wearer from drunkenness and, in turn, make them savvier when it comes to business. And, while we wouldn’t recommend making them key to your five-year plan, amethysts, which come in a spectrum of colours from light green to vivid purple, do make gorgeous additions to any jewellery box. Here’s our guide to the best amethyst jewellery to gift for February birthdays.

Kiki McDonough amethyst bangle

British fine jewellery brand Kiki McDonough is renowned for the care and attention it lavishes on its stones, with as much love given to a semi-precious gem as to a flawless diamond. This elegant bangle set with faceted oval amethysts in green and lavender, each offset against a trio of diamonds, is a piece to be treasured for decades to come.


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Les Berlingots de Cartier ring

Featuring a vibrant teal chyrsophase encased in rose gold ad bookended by two deep purple amethysts, Cartier’s stunning Les Berlingots ring is ideal for those with a penchant for statement jewellery.


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Alison Lou Amethsyt earrings

Purple not her colour? Lean into amethyst’s alternative hue: an elegant, sophisticed light green that illuminates the face. These earrings by New York-based designer Alison Lou pair chunky green amethysts with mint enamel and yellow gold for a show-stopping everyday style.


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Annoushka Mythology 18ct rose gold and amethyst beetle ring

One for the maximalists, Annoushka’s beautifully detailed cocktail ring is sure to dazzle and delight. Featuring an eye-catching amethyst, tsavorite and black diamond beetle set in 18 carat rose gold, the elaborate piece also features a dainty black rhodium ant, carrying a delicate freshwater pearl. And if your February baby really likes to take things up a notch, why not treat them to the matching pendant and earrings too?


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Venyx Aquarius Zodiac 18ct gold coin necklace

Venyx founder Eugenie Niarchos takes much of her inspiration from the cosmos and nowhere is this seen more literally than in the brand’s line of Zodiac necklaces. This pendant features a central amethyst flanked by blue sapphires on the front, while the reverse displays the Aquarius constellation picked out in 24 round-cut diamonds.


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Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Self-Winding Chronograph

Feeling flash? Turn to fine horologist Audemars Piguet for a birthday gift that will garner major brownie points. Making a fantastic addition to any watch collection, the Royal Oak is one of the most coveted timepieces on the market, and this edition is no exception. An 18 carat pink gold case and bracelet are enhanced by a bezel set with 32 baguette-cut amethysts and a dial displaying a range of iridescent purple hues that dance and shift colour in the light.


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Aurelia & Pierre Sama topaz, amethyst and diamond earrings

Looking for jewellery as beautiful as she is? Opt for Aurelia & Pierre’s pretty pastel-hued drop earrings. Set in sleek 18 carat white gold, the universally-flattering pear-shaped topaz and amethyst gemstones dance beautifully in the light, drawing attention to the face without stealing the show.


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Auree Bali amethyst and 9ct gold bracelet

Ideal for the jewellery fan who prefers an effortlessly cool look, this elegant bracelet by Auree can be worn alone for an understated vibe or stacked with other pieces in an arm party. A truly versatile gift, two hand-set green amethysts are accompanied by a gold disc that is polished on one side and brushed on the other for a touch of laid-back luxury.


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