Iron gives amethyst its purple color.
Iron gives amethyst it's color.
Amethyst is a violet/purplish version of quartz.
Light amethyst is a color. A pearl can be that color, but it is not a specific kind of pearl.
It has two shades of color [half amethyst and half citrine] 1) violet (color of amethyst stone) 2) yellow (color of citrine stone) amethyst+citrine = ametrine half amethyst and half citrine
Amethyst is quartz that contains an impurity that imparts the purple color. The impurity in amethyst is iron.
An amethyst is purple or another color depending on the variety.
No. Amethyst is a color variety of quartz, which is silicon dioxide.
Only if it is used as a color. Otherwise, an amethyst is a gem, which is a noun.
Amethyst is the purple variety of quartz. Quartz is Silicon Dioxide SiO2. The color comes from trace elements of manganese/Iron Oxide Fe2O3. To get the best color and best uniform color amethyst is heated.
The cause of the color in a Amethyst is depended a the impurities found in the gem.
Amethyst's Color- Is a violet variety of quartz. Although the stone is typically violet, there are also varieties of green amethyst quartz, also known as prasiolite.Purple Amethyst is also the Birthstone color of The month February.
light or dark purple
Violet and purplish (:
Amethyst is a type of mineral, and is also a purple color. Her ring has a large amethyst in the center. The amethyst robes of the choir look good against the dark walls.
Amethyst is a variety of the mineral quartz that derives its color from impurities of iron.
Yes, amethyst is quartz with a small amount of manganese which causes the purple color.
The price of a specimen of amethyst will depend on its size, trimming or faceting, clarity, and aesthetic appeal.
No, amethyst refers to the mineral quartz when it has impurities which cause a purple color. Other colors of quartz have different names.
The classic birthstone for February is amethyst - a variety of purple quartz. The classic color of the best amethyst is vibrant purple crossing to violet.