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You can find amethyst in all shades of purple, but deep and vivid purple is the standard. While deep purple amethyst is the most desired, you can find light purple amethyst and even amethyst that looks pinker. Diamonds are one of the rarest gemstones and are synonymous with luxury.What crystals are purple?
Purple or violet quartz, which is called amethyst as a gemstone, is found crystallized as crusts in hydrothermal veins and as secondary (amygdaloidal) minerals in some volcanic rocks. Amethyst is quite common in nature and its natural color may be pale or muddled.