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. Garnets are also found in jewellery from early Egyptian, Greek and Roman times. 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.
There are 12 products.
Umbalite garnet (Rhodolite)
Rhodolite garnet 2.36 cts.
Rhodolite garnet 4.44 cts.
Mozambique purple garnet 3.91 cts.
Mozambique purple garnet 4.94 cts.
Mozambique purple garnet 2.92 cts.
Mozambique purple garnet 2.56 cts.
Malawi rhodolite garnet 2.51 cts.
Malawi rhodolite garnet 3.92 cts.
Malawi rhodolite garnet 3.96 cts.