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Amethyst Pendants


Welcome to our amethyst pendants page.

Here you can browse through our ranges of pendants, all set with the beautiful and lustful deep purple amethyst gemstone.

All of our jewellery comes with free delivery and you can also get your jewellery gift wrapped to make your presents extra special.

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Sundari Twist shaped pendant Amethyst MORE INFO...
Sundari Twist shaped pendant Amethyst
Sundari Pendant Amethyst MORE INFO...
Sundari Pendant Amethyst
Pendant Amethyst MORE INFO...
Pendant Amethyst
Pendant Amethyst MORE INFO...
Pendant Amethyst
Pendant Amethyst MORE INFO...
Pendant Amethyst
Sundari Pendant Amethyst MORE INFO...
Sundari Pendant Amethyst

More about Pendants


At Sundari we are always trying to bring our spectacular varieties of gemstones to the forefront in our pendant ranges. This is because pendants can quite often be excused for being more unusual in shape, and design than other types of jewellery so we really go to town with large ranges of one off designs.

Our ranges of pendants can come in the more popular gemstones such as amethyst, garnet, and black onyx, as well as the more unusual chalcedony, a variety of different agate stones, and also various types of rutilated quartz. So if you are looking for something to really get peoples attention then you have some to the right place.

Many of our pendants come with a snake or curb chain included in the price so you won't have to worry about any suprises during the checkout process here.

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More about the Amethyst gemstone


The name amethyst derives from the Greek word “Amethystos”, which is basically translated as ‘not drunken’. It is found in alluvial deposits. Its hardness in the Rohm scale is 7 and its crystal structure is trigonal, with a composition of silicon dioxide and vitreous lustre. It is said that it can help to balance the body, and gives inner peace.

Read about Amethyst in our gemstone guide >

More about Amethyst from Wikipedia >