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Here is what you need to know to find the right Garnet for your engagement ring and gem set jewellery


Garnet gemstone variety comprises of more than ten different gemstones, with the red garnet as the most well-known from the range. Garnets can be found in various shades of green, orange and a variety of earth-coloured nuances.

The only colour garnets do not manifest themselves is blue. Some garnet stones may change their colour depending on the light they are exposed to.

Garnets were popular among ancient civilizations and have been used in jewellery for thousands of years. The gems were also once used as bullets by Asian tribes and were believed to enhance artistic abilities.

Gemstones Specifications


Origin: Kenya and Tanzania

Colour: Yellow-Green to Deep Green

Species: Garnet

Hardness: 7 - 7.5 on Mohs Scale

Birthstone Month: January

Anniversary Year: 2nd

How To Create The Perfect Gemstone Jewellery With Steven Stone

Our experts can help you understand what is the right Garnet for your preferences and budget. We can source garnets and gemstones of all shapes, colours and sizes to match all engagement rings, wedding rings, eternity rings and gemset jewellery. Get in touch to discuss your purchase or browse our ready to wear gemstone engagement rings and gemstone jewellery.