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Garnets are commonly accepted as the Birthstone for January and also as the Gemstone gift for those celebrating their second wedding Anniversary.

Most commonly Garnets are a deep red stone, however they do come in other colours most famously green.  The deep red is the most common and also the most popular in Jewellery.

The name Garnet means something like ‘the grainy one’, coming from the Latin ‘granum’, for grain. This makes reference not only to the typical roundish shape of the crystals, but also to the colour of the red garnet, Greeks may however have named the stone¬† as it often puts one in mind of the seeds of a ripe pomegranate.

Garnets have been known to Man for thousands of years. Noah, it is said, used a garnet lantern to help him steer his ark through the dark night. Throughout the ancient world the Garnet was used in Jewellery and can be seen from examples thousands of years old.

Many an early explorer and traveller liked to carry a garnet with him, for the garnet was popular as a talisman and protective stone, as it was believed to light up the night and protect its bearer from evil and disaster.

Clean garnet with a dry soft cloth. As with all Gemstone Jewellery, care should be taken to protect it from scratches, sharp blows, harsh chemicals and extreme temperatures.

Garnet is a reasonably priced stone. It is beautiful in rings, pendants, necklaces and bracelets. There are some beautiful orange garnets. A green tsavorite garnet is a very rare and high-priced stone.

Garnet Jewellery Set



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