the diamond of hope, I have a large amathyist diamond that is carved with a large number of indians I've spent three years learning how to translated there writtings with great sucess, anyone care to guess the value of a piece like this. America and south amer. imput would be helpful.
I suggest that you Google "amethyst crystal" and also pay better attention to your English teacher regarding spelling and rules of punctuation and capitalization. Then sell whatever it is on eBay. Good luck!
"The name comes from the Greek a ("not") and methustos ("to intoxicate"), a reference to the belief that the stone protected its owner from drunkenness; the ancient Greeks and Romans wore amethyst and made drinking vessels of it in the belief that it would prevent intoxication."
"Amethyst such as the "Russian" quality (bluish purple key color) and such as material recently found in Georgia since 2005 (with some of the stones showing both blue hue and red flashes) and of which its top material is considered of the best quality presently available still command prices of not more than $50 per carat."
Thus I think that if the item was made into a drinking vessel, there might be quite a demand for it and at a good price. LOL