Garnet Gemstones

Garnet gemstones, prized for their rich hues and remarkable diversity, are a group of minerals that encompass a spectrum of colors beyond the iconic deep red that is commonly associated with the stone. With a history spanning centuries, garnets have captivated jewelry enthusiasts and collectors alike with their beauty, durability, and cultural significance.

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From the fiery red Almandine garnet to the vibrant green Tsavorite garnet, each variety offers its own unique charm and appeal. The deep, wine-like tones of Pyrope garnets evoke a sense of timeless elegance, while the orange hues of Spessartine garnets add a warm and vibrant touch. Rhodolite garnets, with their delightful blend of purple and red, exude a romantic and sophisticated aura.

Garnets have held symbolic significance throughout history, often associated with qualities like passion, strength, and protection. This, coupled with their eye-catching aesthetics, makes them a popular choice for various types of jewelry, from engagement rings to statement necklaces.

When considering a garnet purchase, it's essential to assess factors such as color, clarity, cut, and carat weight. Whether you're drawn to the classic red garnet or the array of captivating colors within the garnet family, each gemstone has a story to tell and a unique character to offer.

As you explore the world of garnet gemstones, keep in mind that their appeal goes beyond their aesthetic beauty. They're a testament to the Earth's geological wonders and a representation of the diverse splendor that nature has to offer. Whether you're looking to buy garnet gemstones for their metaphysical properties, cultural significance, or simply their breathtaking aesthetics, you're sure to find a piece that resonates with your style and spirit.

What is Garnet Gems?

The name Garnet is derived from the seeds of the pomegranate tree because of its color resemblance to red garnet. Garnet is widely used as a gem, the most common color of Garnet is red, the most usual tones being tinged with brown, yellow, and violet. This fiery gemstone also comes in brown, green, yellow, purple, and even black. Garnet is also considered a 'warrior stone'. 

The name Garnet is derived from the seeds of the pomegranate tree because of its color resemblance to red garnet. Garnet is widely used as a gem, the most common color of Garnet is red, the most usual tones being tinged with brown, yellow, and violet. This fiery gemstone also comes in brown, green, yellow, purple, and even black. Garnet is also considered a 'warrior stone'. In ancient times it is believed to protect one from wounds during battle. In many cultures, Garnet was treated as a sacred stone and is also admired as a stone of truth and commitment

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Garnet Varieties:

Almandine Garnet, Andradite Garnet, Grossular Garnet, Pyrope Garnet, Spessartine Garnet, and Uvarovite Garnet Enormous deposits of garnet are located in Afghanistan, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, India, Iran, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Sri Lanka, USA, and Pakistan.

Garnet Associations:

Chakras Heart Chakra, Base Chakra
Birthstone January
Zodiac Aries, Leo, Virgo
Anniversary 2nd
Hardness 7 – 7.5
Planet Mars
Color Red, Pink, Green, Orange, Yellow, Brown, and Black



Garnet is one of the most diverse gemstones in terms of colors, ranging from greens to soft intense yellow, as well as orange and earth colors. The color tends to have a significant impact on Garnet’s value. Darker shades usually tend to be less valuable than brighter colors. Nowadays, the market trends indicate that the greener colors, such as Demantoid and Tsavorite, are more highly valued than the standard red color. Tsavorite is often compared to emeralds, given the similarity in color. A higher dispersion and higher refractive index tend to give the tsavorite a crisper look compared to most emeralds of similar quality. Furthermore, Garnets are not brittle, do not chip easily, and are considered better candidates for jewelry.


Garnets are relatively hard stones and hence fairly easy to work with; they have excellent refractive properties, and so a skilled cutter can bring out the pure brilliance of the stone. They are typically purchased 'eye-clean' or favorably in terms of clarity. For example, the existence of obvious inclusions can reduce the value of a Tsavorite Garnet in a faceted cut by roughly half. Usually, any included stones are cut in cabochon; they exhibit great color and brilliance. There are rare cases where the clarity of the gem is not of primary concern.


Many garnets are cut into conventional shapes and sizes to allow easy setting into jewelry. Expensive fine-quality garnets like tsavorite are cut into shapes and cutting styles that allow more carat to be retained from the rough. Garnets come in a variety of cutting styles and shapes. Demantoid is often cut to exact dimensions that allow the best possible representation of its fire. It is also popular for designer cuts and carvings. Red garnets are excellent for cutting into cabochons and beads. They are generally found to have tremendous clarity and to be very transparent.


Garnets can be found in all weights and sizes. Some garnets, like tsavorite and demantoid, are more commonly found in small sizes, so their value goes up significantly with size. Stones under one carat tend to be widely available and cost in the tens of dollars. However, Garnet gemstones of three carats are uncommon and, therefore, more expensive, with gems of over ten carats being truly rare. Other garnets, like almandine, are far more frequent in larger sizes, so there’s no dramatic rise in value as size increases.


It was believed Prophet Noah (AS) used a Garnet lantern for light as he steered the Ark at night time. The stone was extensively used by the Egyptians, the Romans, and the Greeks, mainly for jewelry though the stone was also viewed as a protector of the wearer. They sustained their popularity through the Ages and were widely used for Bohemian jewelry in the 18th and 19th centuries; they were also very fashionable in Victorian times though this was still very much the red Garnet.

Healing Properties of Garnet:

Good Luck, Energy, Inspiration, Positive thoughts, Love, Passion, Sensuality, Success, Social popularity, Self-confidence
  • Garnet carries similar properties to ruby stone, i.e., the energy of passion, creativity, and joy.
  • Garnet refreshes, purifies, and balances energy, bringing serenity or love.
  • It also strengthens the survival instinct, bringing courage and hope.
  • Garnet treats disorders of the spine and spinal fluid, cellular structure, and bone
  • Garnet boosts the immune system and energy levels, purifies the heart, lungs, and blood, and regenerates DNA.

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