When you think about the Garnet birthstone; many think of Rubies. However a Garnet comes in a lot of different hues. Indeed, this gemstone can be right on trend.
Surprisingly, Garnet is one of the most common gemstones. Not only is this one of the brightest gemstones, but this gemstone is harder than glass. At the same time, a garnet gemstone can be perfect for any occasion – casual or dressy.
With this gemstone showing so much vibrancy, there are so many styles. Did you know that many think this color red resembles the seeds of a pomegranate?
Garnet Birthstone Engagement Rings
In fact, this bright gemstone pops with a color explosion. Of course, there is nothing better than gifting your significant other with a Garnet Birthstone Engagement Ring.
From our Vintage collection, this Art Deco Yellow Gold Filigree, Red Garnet Engagement Ring is stunning. Set in 14k Yellow Gold, this Ring features one round reddish Garnet 1.20 carat gemstone with a White Gold top set.
Not only is this Garnet extremely rare, but it shows different colors in different lights. Set in Platinum. this Ring features a rare Asscher cut 10.99 carat brown, orange and pink mixed Garnet with elements of Pyrope Almandite and Spesssartite Garnets.
Are you looking for something unique? Indeed, this Heart Shaped Garnet band can be either an engagement ring or a wedding band. The choice is yours. Set in 14k Yellow Gold, this Ring features a large Garnet Heart and two center Garnet Heart shaped with the sides down.
Since all Garnets are considered special, this five Garnet Diamond Halo Band Ring is sure to leave her screaming with delight. Set in 14k White Gold, this ring features five round Garnets weighting 1.00 carat and 8 round Diamonds weighting .14 carats.
In fact, Garnets that are richer in color tend to increase in value. When selecting a ring, look for one that is a vivid red. For additional engagement rings, check out our Engagement Ring Guide post.
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