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8.13 Carat Genuine Garnet and White Topaz .925 Sterling Silver Necklace
8.13 Carat Genuine Garnet and White Topaz .925 Sterling Silver Necklace
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8.13 Carat Genuine Garnet and White Topaz .925 Sterling Silver Necklace

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Product Details:
.925 Sterling Silver
Stone Details: Garnet
Item Type: Necklace
Gross Wt: 10.63
Gemstone Wt: 8.13 ctw
Total Stone Wt: 8.13 ctw
Metal Stamp: 925 QJ™ IN
Finish: Rhodium Plated
Product Style: Cluster Necklace
Chain Type: Rolo Chain
Clasp: Lobster Claw Clasps
Total Qty Of Stones: 23
Primary Stone Color: Red
Birthstone Month: January
Gender: Women
Gemstone Information:

Garnet Information

Stone Shape: Oval
Stone Size: 5x4mm
Stone Quantity: 18
Stone Cts: 8.10 ctw
Stone Creation Method: Natural
Stone Treatment Method: Not Treated
Stone Treatment Code: N

White Topaz Information

Stone Shape: Round
Stone Size: 1.00mm
Stone Quantity: 5
Stone Cts: 0.03 ctw
Stone Creation Method: Natural
Stone Treatment Method: Heat Treated
Stone Treatment Code: C
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About Garnet:

Garnet is the birthstone for January and the stone that celebrates the 2nd anniversary of marriage. The name “garnet” comes from the Latin word “Garanatus,” meaning “seedlike,” in reference to a pomegranate.

While red is the most common color that is associated with a garnet, it is certainly not the only one this gem is available in. Garnets are also found in an assortment of other stunning hues, such as yellow, orange, peach, green, purple,brown and pink. Garnet is also the birthstone for those born in the month of January and the gem for the second wedding anniversary. On the Mohs hardness scale , garnet ranges from 6.5 to 7.5, due to the diversity of species. It is the perfect gemstone promoting love is extremely popular during Valentines in the month of February.

The six main garnet types used in jewelry include almandite, pyrope, rhodolite, spessartite, demantoid and grossularite. While all varieties of garnets vary in chemical composition, their crystal structure and properties remain the same. Garnet is known for helping us utilize our creative prowess. Intimately tied to the Earth, the January birthstone keeps us grounded and working happily, despite our ups and downs. Garnet is also thought of as a sensual stone. It denotes the primordial fire, the inception of our universe from chaos, its eventual purification, and love. It is a gemstone that expresses powerfully intense emotions.