Garnet Gold/Silver Ring
Experience the allure of our Garnet Gold/Silver Ring. With a faceted square Garnet gemstone, this ring exudes an air of sophistication and luxury.
The 2-3 micron plated gold feature surrounding the gemstone perfectly complements the rich red hue of the Garnet, while the .925 sterling silver etched band adds an elegant touch.
This ring is exclusively available in a US size 8.15 with an internal diameter of 18.15 mm.
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Emotional healing, self-worth, strength, security
Chakras: Base, heart
Zodiac Signs: Leo, Virgo, Capricorn, Aquarius
Wedding Anniversary: 2nd, 15th & 19th year
Number: Master number 11
Garnet Crystal Healing Properties
Garnet meanings are believed to be about protection and grounding. It allows us to feel stable and calm. Also, it is very soothing to the emotions and helps to align and strengthen the physical and emotional self. Garnet is thought to carry the energy of prosperity and the enjoyment of worldly pleasures. As such, it is a useful tool for manifestation, helping to ground one’s dreams and desires in the physical realm.
History and Uses
Garnet crystal derives its name from either of two medieval Latin words. These are Granatum, pomegranate, referring to its colour or Granum, the name of a red dye. However, Garnet can be found in many colours ranging from dark red to orange, green to brown and pink & black. In ancient times, it was referred to as Carbunculus, a reference to glowing embers.
Similarly, Noah’s Ark was said to be lit by a Garnet lantern. Also, it has been used throughout history by emperors, knights, and warriors as a protective talisman and to heal the blood. Hindus and Buddhists consider it a holy stone of enlightenment. It was used as early as 2100 BC by the Sumerians and has been highly regarded worldwide by many ancient cultures. These include Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Native North American, Aztec, Mayan and African tribal cultures.
There are five types of garnet. These are Rhodolite, Almandine, Spessartine, Grossular, Andradite and Uvarovite. Most garnets are a variety of aluminium silicates. Their hardness varies from 6.5 to 7.5. Garnets are found in India, Afghanistan, Austria, Czech Republic, Mexico, Greenland, Africa, Sri Lanka, Brazil, Madagascar, Sweden and the USA.
When I am in tune with the earth I am safe, secure & complete.