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Amethyst jewelry including Amethyst Rings tends to accumulate a build-up of oil, dirty, makeup and various other things over time, so it is important to clean it on a regular basis. The best way to clean Amethyst is by using water with mild liquid detergent and a soft bristled brush to gently scrub it. In order to dry the jewelry, use a soft cloth and gently wipe it until all of the moisture is gone.


Avoid wearing Amethyst jewelry when exercising or swimming. It is especially important to make sure that you keep it out of the sun. The reason is because extreme changes in temperature, whether too hot or too cold, can change the gemstone’s natural appearance. Keeping your Amethyst at room temperature at all times is important.


If your jewelry has been designed with more than one gemstone, it is important to research the other types of gemstones in the ring. Take all aspects of care for both stones into consideration before cleaning your jewelry. Make sure that the way you clean it will not cause any type of damage to either gemstone.


To clean silver rings, use a dry soft cloth to wipe away any residue or build-up. If this doesn’t do the trick, it is okay to then dip the cloth into warm soapy water with mild liquid detergent. Proceed to wipe away the build-up again. If this doesn’t work, soak the ring for about an hour in a mixture of 75% water and 25% liquid detergent, and then try wiping away the build-up again.


To clean a gold ring, soak it overnight in a solution of 75% warm water and 25% mild liquid detergent. Any dirt or build-up that has accumulated on the ring over time can be removed by using a soft bristled brush. Once you have finished cleaning the gold ring, use a dry soft cloth to dry and polish it.


Before you choose to store or wear your Amethyst jewelry again, it’s best to make sure that it is completely dry. The best way to do this is to use a soft dry cloth to soak up or gently wipe away any moisture on the piece of jewelry. Many recommend that you use a blow dryer, but keep in mind that settings that are too hot or too cold may damage Amethyst.

You can find more information in Amethyst Care and in our FAQ Section.