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These bold & lightweight earrings will become your new favorite pair! 14kt gold-filled and vermeil with garnet cabochons and micro faceted carnelian. 2.75"x 1.75".
Garnet: Revered for its inner fire and as power as a protective talisman, a garnet was said to be used by Noah as a lamp on the bow of his famous ark. It presents in a variety of colors including pink, purple, yellow, orange, green, black and, most famously, red. Red garnet can be found in metamorphic rock in every continent, although the finest, most famous and highly prized stones come from Bohemia, in the Czech Republic. This deep red color and its roots in the Latin granatum (meaning seed-like) have linked garnets to pomegranate seeds and the ancient Greek legend of Persephone’s abduction by Hades to the underworld. An energizing stone of commitment, honesty and hope Garnet’s can help one realize and enjoy the pleasures of earthly incarnation. This includes enhancing sensuality, sexuality, and intimacy in a balanced fashion. As such, garnet is a stone of love and passion. It is the birthstone for January.
Carnelian: Mined in India as early as 4BC, engravers chose Carnelian for seals and intaglios from the Bronze Age until the fall of the Roman Empire. Due to it’s rich orange-red color Carnelian has traditionally been associated with blood and bloodlines, from the time of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs and throughout the Medieval period. The stone of motivation and endurance, leadership and courage carnelian has a bold energy that is both stimulating and empowering.