February is here, and this year has been… a doozy so far. So let’s enjoy some escapism for a bit, and surround ourselves with beauty! Namely: some incredible art deco amethyst jewelry, in honor of this gorgeous purple-hued February birthstone. Let’s dive in!
First up, these very cool Erté earrings: gold feathers, adorned with pave diamonds, deep purple amethyst and brilliant green enamel:
Then there’s this incredible (pricy, but incredible) vintage amethyst brooch by Black, Starr & Frost, circa 1925:
At a somewhat more reasonable price-point, we’ve featured this next vintage beauty before, and it is still gorgeous, AND still available for sale. Someone needs to SNAP IT UP. Swooooon.
Same goes for this yellow gold ring with a bold oval cut amethyst and a geometric carved setting:
One great thing about amethysts (besides everything) is how they look incredible set in both yellow and white gold. Here’s another yellow gold beauty, a lovely 1930s era diamond and amethyst pendant, from the aptly named Gatsby Jewels:
Sadly, that one is sold, but the good news is this holy-moly vintage silver stunner is still up for grabs:
Also gone-but-not-forgotten? This beautiful vintage 1920s white gold filigree ring:
Vintage art deco amethyst ring from Etsy
Finally, we absolutely adore these deep purple platinum amethyst earrings designed by Marzo, Paris, circa 1930. Breathtaking!
Art Deco Amethyst earrings from Marzo, Paris, circa 1930. Image via Sotheby’s.
Note: This posts includes one or more affiliate links. You can read more about what those are, as well as our general advertising and sponsorship policies here. Thanks so much!