Garnet

Named for the deep red seeds of the pomegranate, Garnet is a gem long-cherished for its brilliance and fire. You may be surprised to learn, however, that not all garnets are red, although the wine-purple “pigeon’s blood” shade will always be definitively chic. Smoky greens and grays are among the more subtle forms of garnet.

Natural Demantoid 0.73 Carats
Natural Color Change Garnet 0.76 Carats
Natural Champagne Garnet 2.48 Carats
Natural Mandrine Garnet 2.27 Carats
Natural Mandrine Garnet 10.20 Carats
Natural Malaya Garnet 15.38 Carats
Natural Mahange Garnet 2.08 Carats
Natural Mahange Garnet 1.42 Carats
Natural Pink Mahange Garnet Pair 2.42 Total Carats
Natural Mandarine Garnet 2.49 Carats
Natural Mandarine Garnet 3.02 Carats
Natural Mandarine Garnet 2.38 Carats
Natural Tsavorite Garnet 1.34 Carats