Garnet Bracelets(249 items)
Welcome to Novica's Garnet Bracelet Gallery! We hope you enjoy our lovely garnet bracelets below:
Featured Reviews on Garnet Bracelets
I love this bracelet. I also have it in Labrodoriite and moonshine. I am currently trying to find out if the have it in large Harney and small ruby.
By William L.
My husband bought this bracelet as a birthday gift. I immediately feel in love with it when I first saw it.
Neeru Goel Sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"Collecting jewelry and gemstones has been my passion ever since childhood."
The artistry of Neeru Goel has been featured in Depth magazine.
Popular Garnet Bracelets
Handmade Multi-gemstone Sterling Silver Link Bracelet, "Sparkle"$169
More than 21 carats of garnet, citrine, peridot, iolite and amethyst bring a rainbow of color to this sterling silver bracelet. The design is inspired by Rangwali Holi, the Hindu festival where friends and strangers playfully douse each other with vivid colored powders in a celebration of renewal, reconciliation, and thanksgiving.
Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet Multigemstone Jewelry, "Colors of Life"
This bracelet by Neeru Goel blossoms with the splendor of colorful gemstones. They include a luscious collection of malachite, carnelian, rainbow moonstone, garnet, amethyst, and black onyx. Lapis lazuli, rose quartz, chalcedony and cultured pearl complete the medley. The gems grace a sterling silver cuff bracelet of timeless beauty.
.925 Sterling silver
Handmade Beaded Gemstone Chakra Bracelet from India, "Peaceful Mantra"
Gemstones represent the seven chakras with their colors. The word means "wheel" and refers to the points of spiritual and physical energy in the human body. Violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange and red represent the crown, brow, throat, heart, solar plexus, sacral and root, and each is linked to a different mantra. By Rituu in India, this beautiful bracelet combines garnet, carnelian, citrine and malachite with lapis lazuli, amethyst and crystal quartz.
.925 Sterling silver
The Garnet Bracelet
The Maya, Aztecs and Inca, as well as Native Americans and certain African tribes used garnet to enhance the potency of fire. Heirs to their country's beliefs and customs, today's jewelrysmiths showcase this mythical gem in silver necklaces, bracelets, cufflinks and rings.
Garnet is predominantly featured in diverse Indian customs, such as bullets in the rebellion of 1892, believing in the severity of its effects. In eastern India, people would rub garnet on themselves to obtain the gem's glowing qualities. In the arts, garnet is crushed for its color in Patachitra paintings and to decorate jewelry boxes.