The birthstone for January, the term ‘garnet’ actually describes a group of more than ten different gemstones of similar chemical composition. Most people only recognize the deep red color of the Garnet, but Garnet actually comes in a rainbow of colors that encompasses every hue except for blue. Some of the pre-Garnet names for these fabulous stones are Spessartite, Tsavorite, Almandite, and Rhodolite. The Garnet stone is comprised of several different minerals, and this is what causes the difference in color between two stones of the same Garnet group. In history, Garnet been used as a talisman and protective stone because it was believed to light up the dark night and protect its wearer from evil and disaster. Garnet is also a hard stone, and good for every-day wear in jewelry.
14k White Gold Garnet and Sapphire Ring
$1,699.00 plus tax
14k Solid White Gold with Rose Gold Accents Garnet and Sapphire Ring
One Oval Brilliant-Cut Rhodolite Garnet: 2.68 Carats
Two Round Brilliant-Cut Sapphires: 1.08 Total Carat Weight
One of-a-Kind Piece with Magee Scrollwork and Granulation
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