GARNET RINGS

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A CUT ABOVE THE BEST

A CUT ABOVE THE BEST

CONSISTENCY

CONSISTENCY

Our gems are cut in the size and dimensions as we state. One-carat gem will always be one-carat gem.

BRILLIANCE

BRILLIANCE

Proper symmetry and proportions directly result in a more visually appealing gem.

POLISH

POLISH

The surface of every facet is clear and crisp leaving you with only a mirror like finish and sharp edges.

SYMMETRY

SYMMETRY

The position and shape of the facets are consistent around the gem showing off our immense attention to detail.

PROPORTIONS

PROPORTIONS

Well-cut gems have ideal proportions to optimize brilliance and sparkle. Our gems are not cut maximize rough yield.


About Garnet

Garnet

What are Natural Garnet Rings?

Natural garnets are one of the most common gemstones in jewelry, but they are also one of the complex. Natural garnets are silicate (Silicon and Oxygen) minerals like tourmaline, beryl, and topaz. Unlike other minerals, natural garnet's chemical composition allows for varying concentrations of elements. These elements include Aluminum, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, and Potassium. The elements are interchangeable. They can sit in garnet's crystal system and maintain it's structure. This property allows for natural garnet to form in every color of the rainbow.

AZEERA offers natural garnet in a deep red orange color. Gemologists have named this color 'Mozambique Garnet' because of it's country of origin. 'Mozambique Garnet' is a mixture of Pyrope and Almandine. 'Mozambique Garnet'is ideal for natural garnet rings. It's durable, versatile, and affordable.

How to Buy Natural Garnet Rings

Natural garnet rings are abundant over the internet. Which one should you buy? AZEERA recommends starting with a budget and desired color. Blue and green are the most rare color for natural garnets, so those will be the most expensive. Orange, pink, peach, and purple garnets are less common and have moderate pricing. Red and brown are the most common and the most affordable. If you still prefer unique garnet rings in a specific color, try for lower quality gems.

Why Choose Natural Garnet Engagement Rings

Natural garnet engagement rings are a budget friendly alternatives to ruby and diamonds. The natural red garnet ring has a deep passionate hue that's irresistible. Many clients create natural garnet engagement rings to symbolize their love. The AZEERA Mozambique Garnet has a hardness of 7 to 7.5 which makes it suitable for daily wear. In the unfortunate event, AZEERA can also replaced a damaged or broken center stone with ease.

How to Design Natural Unique Garnet Rings

AZEERA encourages you to create a natural garnet ring with any combination of colors. That said, designing unique garnet rings can be difficult. The deep red orange color stands out against lighter tone gemstones like aquamarine. Cool deep blue sapphires clash also with the warm red orange garnets. Other warm gemstones like citrine and ruby are also not deep enough to create a pleasant palette.

How to Design A Natural Red Garnet Ring - Halo

AZEERA designers recommend accenting a red garnet ring with a  halo of small gems. This combination creates more focus around the garnet and less on the accent stones. The natural garnet ring with diamond halo is timeless and perfect as a family heirloom. A modern alternative is a red garnet ring with a black onyx halo.

How to Design A Natural Red Garnet Ring - Solitaire

For minimalists, solitaire style is popular choice for unique garnet rings. It helps that natural garnets are affordable and found in large sizes. Clients can create solitaire rings with large center stones in a reasonable budget. Natural garnets look good in both modern and classic settings.

How to Design A Red Garnet Ring - More Garnets!

For a bold look, AZEERE designers recommend garnet rings with garnet accent stones. The bounty of natural garnets does not create excess. Instead the garnets create a stunning melody of flashes in the deep red orange hues. The piece shines like a disco ball and is a customer favorite.

THE LIFE OF A GEM

FOLLOW THE GEM AS IT TRANSFORMS

FOLLOW THE GEM AS IT TRANSFORMS

1. Rough

Gem material mined from the earth. Rough is uncut un-shaped natural gemstones or crystals, usually without excess rock and ore.

2. Preform

The basic shape of the gem. Creating preform is a process done by sawing or using coarse abrasives to grind the gem into a workable shape.

3. Shaped

The gem in a more refined shape. Cutter prepare the gem for faceting by attaching it to dop stick with wax. The gem is them shaped with a higher abrasive.

4. Faceted

The gem with the basic faceting pattern. The facets are defined, but not perfect. There is extra material on the gem so cutters can polish it with precision.

5. Polished

A finished gem. Cutters use a higher abrasive to slowly smooth the surface. All facets are polished with the edges meeting to form proper corners.

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