Collection: Garnet

Garnet is the traditional birthstone for the month of January.

The name 'garnet' comes from the latin word granatus, used to describe the many seeds of the pomegranate.

All garnets features the same cubic crystal structure, but it is their varying chemical composition that provides a rich palette of colors.

Garnet found in a necklace of an Egyptian mummy dates this gem to 3500BCE. In ancient Rome, signet rings with carved garnets were used for wax seals.

One of the garnet's legends is its mystical lighting capabilities, as this jewel supposedly has the ability to illuminate even the darkest of rooms.

Today, the gem continues to be a symbol of love, passion, eternity, and warmth.

Garnet is the ultimate gift of love.