Genuine natural Garnet & Sterling Silver Bracelet
Garnet is a birthstone for January, it is also traditionally a gift for the 2nd and 18th wedding anniversaries.
This handmade bracelet has 59 stunning, faceted 3mm genuine natural red Garnets. The total length is approx. 19 cm long with a 2cm extender chain (approx 7.3/4 inches with a 1 inch extender chain) including the clasp. The metal is .925 sterling silver, so is all nickel and lead free. The extender chain is made of heart shapes.
The Garnet gemstone (crystal) beads are approx 3mm faceted rounds, they have a wonderful sparkle and a deep rich purple/red colour, a rich red wine colour. The bracelet has a standard sterling silver bolt-ring clasp.
This bracelet is understated elegance, the gemstones (healing crystals) have a natural, lovely deep red-wine colour and they will sparkle as they catch the light when you move. A casual elegant bracelet, subtle and timeless, ideal for any age.
Lore, history & healing.
Garnet is said to bring love, luck, health and friendship. It is also said to protect the wearer while traveling. It is believed to improve self confidence. It is said that the name Garnet comes from its resemblance to the seeds of the pomegranate.
In addition to the healing properties of all Garnet, Red Garnet represents love and commitment. It is believed to help relationships by revitalising feelings of honesty, sincerity, understanding, warmth and enhances physical love. Red Garnet is also said to help control anger, especially towards self.
There are many websites and books with information about crystal structure, healing etc, should you wish to carry out your own research.
Designed and handmade in Roscommon, Ireland using ethically mined/sourced genuine gemstones.
Additional jewellery products, ie matching earrings and necklace may also be purchased separately so that you can mix and match to create your own suite of jewellery.
This set will be posted in a presentation box, so will make an ideal birthday or anniversary gift.
Crystals can be programmed for the recipient, just ask.