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Design 646: red garnet post earrings
Sterling Silver
0.75 in 2.4 gm
Our price $30.10
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Design 647: red garnet post earrings
Sterling Silver
in 2.0 gm
Our price $19.75
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Design 647
Design 821: red garnet chandelier, flower earrings
Sterling Silver
2.0 in 16.425 gm
Our price $65.94
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Design 821
Design 852: red garnet post earrings
Sterling Silver
in 3.67 gm
Our price $18.65
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Design 852
Design 1001: red garnet earrings
Sterling Silver
1.0 in 4.0 gm
Our price $28.60
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Design 1001
Design 1042: red garnet christian, crosses, post earrings
Sterling Silver
1.5 in 8.5 gm
Our price $48.34
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Design 1042
Design 1304: red garnet christian, crosses earrings
Sterling Silver
1.25 in 8.0 gm
Our price $41.74
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Design 1304
Design 6050: red,white garnet chandelier earrings

4inches 21.2 gm
Our price $65.95
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Design 6050
Design 12163: pink,red rose quartz brides-maids earrings
Sterling Silver
0.75 in 8.2 gm
Our price $68.00
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Design 12163
Design 12176: red garnet contemporary earrings
Sterling Silver
6.0 4.0 gm
Our price $30.00
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Design 12176
Design 12996: red garnet studs earrings
Sterling Silver
0.25 in 2.0 gm
Our price $38.00
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Design 12996
Design 15189: red garnet earrings

2.0 in 13.5 gm
Our price $13.00
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Design 15189
Design 16250: brown,red onyx classic earrings

1.25 in 11.8 gm
Our price $34.00
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Design 16250
Design 16267: brown,red,yellow jasper classic earrings

1.5 in 7.73 gm
Our price $9.00
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Design 16267
Design 16272: brown,red,yellow onyx contemporary earrings

1.25 in 11.3 gm
Our price $19.00
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Design 16272
Design 16386: red,yellow garnet earrings

2.25 in 15.0 gm
Our price $19.00
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More about Garnet: Garnets were so called by the ancient Greeks since color reminded them of the pomegranate seed or granatum. One of the worlds most ancient gems, garnet has been treasured for thousands of years. Use of garnets as gems is traced to the Nile Delta in 3100 B.C. Garnets since ancient times were used widely as an abrasive. Garnets are said to have been used by Asiatic tribes in place of bullets. During the latter part of the 19th century, garnet bracelets and brooches were particularly popular. The hardness of garnets and their sharp fracture make them suitable as abrasives for wood, leather, glass, metals, and plastics. Garnet varieties have become known by misleading names, frequently consisting of a locality with the name of another mineral variety, such as Uralian emerald or Cape ruby. The versatile garnet comes in a virtual rainbow of colors, including pink, red, purple, orange, yellow, violet, green, colorless, occasionally black, brown and many shades of red and green. The most common color of garnets is reddish brown. Bohemian Garnet is deep red gemstone, Russian Demantoid and African Tsavorite are vibrant green. Garnets basiclly belong to the family of Pyropes whose chemical composition is Mg3Al2[SiO4]3. Garnets are a group of common silicate minerals that have similar crystal structures and chemical compositions. The best known type of garnet is red semi-precious stone pyrope, one of several red gems, which the ancients used to call Carbuncles. Garnets are actually one of the largest families of gemstones. Most natural garnets are mixtures of two or more of the following pure species: pyrope, almandine, spessartine, uvarovite, grossular, andradite.

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