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Quartz - Amethyst
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This is purple colour normally and the Greeks named it because they thought it would protect them against getting drunk from lovely purple wine. In the Orient, Amethyst tends to be more red purple.

In a fire, Amethyst can either go clear or with continued heating, turn yellow. This leads to quite a bit of easy and cheap manufacture of another gemstone called Citrine, which is a yellow crystalline form of quartz.



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