- Gem Gallery - Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. 96-carat amethyst surrounded by diamonds. The mounting has a platinum top and yellow gold undercarriage. The amethyst is probably from Brazil and exhibits a deep rich purple color. Platinum and diamonds were often used, and amethyst, a favorite stone of King Edward VII’s wife, Alexandra, was often included in jewelry of the era. The brooch was donated to the Smithsonian by Mrs. George M. Morris in 1973.
THE ROOT COLLECTIVE | Purple Heart Necklace. Crafted from rescued wood that would have otherwise been trashed in Peru. 10% of each purchase is donated back to one of our nonprofit partners. You get to pick which one!