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Garnets: The Birthstone of January

January babies, rejoice!
Your birthstone is the garnet. A fiery gemstone that comes in a variety of colors, including red, orange, yellow, green, and even blue. But it's the deep red garnet, the Mozambique garnet that's most iconic, and for good reason.

Garnet | The January Birthstone | Peters Vaults

Garnet is a stunning stone that's sure to turn heads


 A Gemstone with History
Garnets have been prized for centuries for their beauty and durability. In fact, they're one of the oldest known gemstones, with evidence of their use dating back to the Bronze Age and beyond. According to AGTA (The American Gem Trade Association) Garnet traces its roots to the Nile Delta in 3100 B.C., where Egyptian artisans crafted the gemstone into beads or laid them into hand-wrought jewelry. They were also popular with the Romans and Greeks.

 A Symbol of Passion and Love
Garnets are often associated with passion and love. Their fiery red color is thought to represent the heat of desire. Garnets are also said to promote fidelity and happiness in relationships.

 A Fun and Versatile Gemstone
Garnets are a fun and versatile gemstone that can be worn in a variety of ways. They look great in everything from simple studs to elaborate statement pieces. Garnets are also relatively affordable, making them a great choice for budget-minded shoppers.

A few fun and witty facts about garnets:

  •  Garnets are so durable that they've been found in meteorites!
  • Garnets are the second most abundant mineral in the Earth's crust. 
  • The largest known garnet is over 40 inches in diameter and weighs over 6 tons!
  • Garnets were once used to make abrasive powders for sanding and polishing.
  • Garnets are said to protect the wearer from evil spirits.

If you're a January baby, be proud of your birthstone! Garnets are beautiful, durable, and versatile gemstones that are sure to turn heads.

And if you know a January baby, consider giving them a garnet gift. It's a surefire way to show them how much you care.

After all, garnets are a symbol of passion, love, and fidelity.

So go forth and garnet! 😁

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