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January Birthstone Garnet Earrings, Garnet Jewelry, Gemstone Earrings, January Birthday Gift, Patina Earrings, Petite Earrings, Red EarringsJanuary birthday girls will love these January birthstone garnet earrings. Sweet and petite, these patina earrings feature a shield shaped connector with a pretty motif. Dangling below is a single red garnet, pear shaped and faceted; these glow in the light!These gemstone earrings measure just under 2" and are very lightweight. Your red earrings arrive gift boxed, and are ready to ship.Some info on garnets:Gemstones are believed to possess metaphysical qualities; garnet jewelry is said to heal broken relationships, attract people to the wearer, aid in business ventures, and is spoken of in Greek mythology. Gemstone jewelry is a timeless gift, while geometric earrings are on trend. They would make a lovely gift. And, additional items ship at no additional charge!______________________________________________________________________________More information on Garnet gemstones, from gemselect dot com:"About Pyrope Garnet - History and IntroductionPyrope garnet is the best known of the red garnets. It has a distinctive red colour that often resembles the colour of ruby or pomegranate seeds. The word "pyrope" comes from the Greek word "puropus", made up of "pur" (fire) and "ops" (eye) meaning "fiery-eyed". This refers to the impressive brilliance of pyrope garnet, which is a result of its high refractive index.The use of red garnet dates back thousands of years, when it was used by Egyptian pharaohs for both decorative and ceremonial purposes. The ancient Romans also wore garnet rings and traded garnet gemstones. In ancient times, garnet and other red gemstones cut en cabochon were called "carbuncles."The Latin word, "carbunculus" alludes to a burning piece of coal or ember. This may have been used to refer to garnet because of its bright colour. Large deposits of pyrope garnet were discovered in Bohemia (Central Europe) around the 16th century, which became the focus of the jewellery industry in the area. Bohemian pyrope garnet from the Czech Republic continues to be mined today."_____________________________________________________________________________________________________Designed, created and photographed by Renee Hong of JewelryFineAndDandy \u00a9 2020Active member of SRAJD #1382My Etsy shop home page: http://www.JewelryFineAndDandy.Etsy.comFacebook: Art America: (My Photography)Instagram:, gemstone jewelry

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