Happy New Year!
Start your year with Gorgeous Garnets
January’s birthstone garnet has a long history for its most common red color. But this versatile garnet comes in many rich colors from the vibrant greens of the demantoid and tsavorite, the oranges and browns of spessartite and hessonite and the subtle pinks and purples of rhodolite. Garnets can even exhibit the color-change phenomenon similar to the gemstone alexandrite.

We stock various shapes and sizes in all Garnets including Tsavorite, Demantoid, Rhodolite, Spessartite and Color-Change Garnets.
Call us for all your garnet needs 1-800-811-3366.  
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Garnet History
Thousands of years ago, red garnet necklaces adorned the necks of Egypt’s pharaohs, and they were entombed with their mummified corpses as prized possessions for the afterlife. In ancient Rome, signet rings with carved garnets were used to stamp the wax that secured important documents. Garnet received its name from the ancient Greeks because the color reminded them of the "granatum," or pomegranate seed.

Great article to read more in detail about GIA's Garnet Quality Factors
Location, Location, Location
Sri Lanka, India, Brazil and Africa
Garnet Powers
Garnet inspires love and devotion. It opens the heart and bestows self-confidence. Garnet is considered a great gift to symbolize friendship and trust.
  • protects their owners from nightmares
  • protects travelers against accidents far from home
  • regenerates the body and stimulates the metabolism
Care Tips
  • Moh's Hardness: 7-7.5
  • Ultrasonic:  SAFE
  • Steamer: CAUTION
  • Heat: CAUTION - Temperature change may cause fracturing
How do you like your garnets?  
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