|Solid Copper| |Handcrafted|
|No machine duplicates|
|10 gauge wire thickness ⭕ 3.57mm|
Every Crystal is Unique! You'll Receive One Similar to the Photographs pictured above
Garnet is a mineral composed of a group of silicate minerals, which has been used since the Bronze Age for jewelry, beads and other ornamental objects. Garnet is found in many colors, including green, orange, red, pink and even black. The most common variety of garnet is pyrope, a deep red-colored gemstone that is often used in jewelry. The name garnet is derived from the Latin word granatus, which means grain, as garnet has a distinct grainy texture. Ancient Greek and Roman civilizations used garnet for jewelry, and it was used as a healing stone in the Middle Ages. Ancient Egyptians used garnet to carve scarabs and other amulets. In the 19th century, garnet was used as an abrasive for grinding and polishing. Garnet is the birthstone for January, and it is also the traditional gift for a second wedding anniversary. Many different types of garnet can be found in various locations around the world, including Africa, India, Brazil and the United States. Garnet has a brilliant luster and a durable finish, which makes it ideal for use in jewelry and other ornamental objects.