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February’s birthstone is the amethyst, the purple-hued quartz crystal famous for its healing properties, namely for headaches, fatigue, and anxiety. The name itself comes from the Greek “amethystos,” which means “remedy for drunkenness,” and might be why it has long been associated with Bacchus, the God of wine. Once rare enough to only be available to royalty, the stone is now more common, though still impressive with a dramatic color range of pale lilac to deep eggplant.

February babes can sport this stunning stone for empowerment and to guard themselves against illness. We’ve found necklaces, rings, earrings and more from some of our favorite sustainable brands that feature the purple gem. So go on, treat yourself (or your favorite February birthday pal!) to one of these beauties!

1. Starling

Best For | Layering pendants and charms
Ethics | Responsibly made in CA, fair living wages, certified recycled precious metals & ethically sourced stones
Price Range | $175–$1,460

On the hunt for sustainable jewelry that’s fun, timeless, and customizable for your February birthday babe? Look no further. Starling’s amethyst jewelry comes in styles for everyone, from initial charms to classic crystal pendants. These pieces are made for layering, stacking, and mixing and matching, so you can add to the collection for every gift-giving occasion. We love that the brand produces their pieces in Los Angeles using certified recycled gold, and all their stones are ethically sourced. 

2. Aurate

Best For | Floating gemstone pieces
Ethics | Recycled precious metals, gives back to three charities, responsibly made & sourced worldwide
Price Range | $130–$650

For that dainty, subtle sparkle you can wear any time, anywhere, we are shopping Aurate. From teeny studs to the thinnest chain threads that give the illusion of a single floating stone, these amethyst pieces are the perfect pieces for people who don’t typically like to wear jewelry. All metal is solid gold casting, coming in yellow, rose, or white recycled gold. Handmade using responsibly sourced materials, the brand backs their pieces with a lifetime warranty. Add to cart, please!

3. Mejuri

Best For | Amethyst studs
Ethics | Recycled precious metals & responsibly sourced stones, responsibly made around the world, gives back via women’s empowerment fund
Price Range | $128–$148

TGT fave Mejuri is one of our first stops when we’re looking for new minimalist jewelry. Their amethyst pieces come in striking flat sphere studs or as a single charm, handcrafted in 14k solid gold that allows the stone to shine. These pieces are beautifully made and classically designed, so they can be worn daily for decades to come.


Best For | Teeny tiny gems
Ethics | Handmade, 90% recycled materials, donates 10% profits, 85% pieces are made to order
Price Range | $44–$105

GLDN loves a birth month-inspired moment, and not only stocks flowers and zodiac engravings, but also delicate birthstone jewelry (including amethysts!). We love their necklaces, bracelets, drop earrings and even anklets featuring tiny rows of the precious gemstones, linked on adjustable cable chains. The company, which started in the founder’s kitchen, is committed to handcrafted, sustainable jewelry at affordable prices. The pieces are just delicate enough to pair with any of your favorite daily pieces, so go ahead– get a few! 

5. Brilliant Earth

Best For | Statement pieces
Ethics | Recycled precious metals, conflict-free stones, certified CarbonFree, eco-friendly wood packaging
Price Range | $95–$3100+

For pieces that stand out, Brilliant Earth offers ethical ready-to-wear showstoppers as well as loose stones to purchase for your own unique design. We love the stunning cluster settings in huggie or bouquet style earrings and the bubblegum cocktail rings that put the rich purple hue of the February gem on full display. Enjoy free shipping, 30-day returns, and a lifetime warranty. 

6. Linjer

Best For | Affordable birthstone necklaces
Ethics | Recycled precious metals & ethically sourced gemstones, responsibly made in Europe, carbon-neutral shipping, recycled packaging
Price | $55–$89

For a classic birthstone pendant that won’t break the bank, Linjer’s Birthstone Necklace delivers. The bezel set amethyst pendant comes on a dainty gold vermeil adjustable chain that can be worn at 15”, 16” or 17”. With Linjer, you’ll find thoughtful, well-made designs without the markups. The brand prioritizes sustainable materials including recycled metals and ethically sourced gemstones from around the globe. You’ll also be able to find some drop amethyst earrings and a matching necklace, or a three-stone ring to celebrate your favorite February birthday (maybe yours?). 

7. Lang Antiques

Best For | Antique & vintage amethyst rings
Ethics | Secondhand & upcycled stones, gives back to various charities
Price Range | $675–$24,000

For history lovers and people who appreciate pieces with a story to tell, Lang Antiques is our favorite place to find a truly one-of-a-kind designs. From an Art Deco filigree ring to a Victorian amethyst and Limoge enamel pin set, each piece is completely unique and in pristine condition. These rare pieces are investments, and Lang Antiques offers financing plans along with complimentary restorations for the first six months. 

Featured image by Mejuri