January Birthstone Jewelry
Are you looking for a gift for your favorite loved one born in January? January birthstone jewelry is a lovely gift because these gems have the most spectacular singular color red. These beauties are always a welcomed gift for those born in January! Celebrate January birthdays with the gift of January birthstone jewelry. It is not only an eternal trend; it’s an expression of gratitude and a symbol of life’s most precious moments.
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Why Give January Birthstone Jewelry to Your favorite January baby?
- January birthstone jewelry – garnet is a sign of passion, good luck & motivation.
- Garnet is the deepest blood red, and sure to dazzle any gem snob.
- January birthstone jewelry shines a deep & lovely red hue.
- Sourced from all over the world, but unlike other gemstones garnets are typically found as pebbles in rivers and streams!
- Wear garnet to stimulate the senses & increase vitality.
About Garnets – January birthstone jewelry
Garnet – January birthstone jewelry care
Yes. Garnet is rated “good” for everyday wear. First, avoid direct sunlight and exposure to heat. Seond, avoid contact with chemicals. Finally, gently scrub with a soft toothbrush and a solution of mild dish soap and warm water to clean.
What is garnet made of?
Chemically, almandine is an iron-aluminium garnet with the formula Fe3Al2(SiO4)3;.
Where is garnet found?
Garnets are found in Mozambique. They are hand-selected glowing deep red color and hand-cut for maximum brilliance. Our garnets are ethically mined.
What does garnet mean spiritually?
A spiritual stone of higher thinking and self-empowerment, it is also a stone of strength and safety. … It is a stone of prosperity and abundance, encouraging gratitude and service to others. Associated with the Base, Sacral, Solar Plexus and Heart Chakras, Grossular Garnet is a deeply spiritual stone.
The garnet is so durable, remnants of garnet jewelry can be found as far back as the Bronze Age. Other references go back to 3100 BC when the Egyptians used garnet as inlays in their jewelry and carvings. The Egyptians even said it was the symbol of life. The Victorians made garnets very popular during that time period. Some of the loveliest jewelry from that era mimics its pomegranate namesake, with clusters of tiny red gems forming a larger statement piece.
Why give birthstone jewelry?
- It’s meaningful. January birthstone jewelry marks the most exciting time in life – your birthday and that of those you love.
- It goes with EVERYTHING.
- It’s affordable (Thank God).
- It comes beautifully packaged – no wrapping necessary.
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Dearest fellow Gem-Geek
I hope you enjoyed the stories about your gem. Thank you for taking a deep dork dive with me into the world of gems. Myth, mystery, legend, lore, and healing benefits are all wrapped up into these stunning little packages.
It is amazing to me that each piece of jewelry (metal and gemstone) has a very very old story (sometimes billions of years old) that started before you.
The History of your piece starts with your gemstones. Where are they found? How are they formed? How do they heal and protect us? I hope you enjoy this as much as I.
-Your Fellow Gem Nerd,