Garnet Bracelets(228 items)
Welcome to Novica's Garnet Bracelet Gallery! We hope you enjoy our lovely garnet bracelets below:
Featured Reviews on Garnet Bracelets
So very pretty..can wear alone or with other bracelets.. the solver adjusts alittle so you can get in and out of easily. So much prettier in person.. and the garnet is nice and clear..like a dark ruby. so happy with it!
Beautiful unique piece of art
This amazing piece of work is now going to be a treasured heirloom to get passed down to future generations in my family. Well crafted and good to wear with so many styles of clothes
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
Amethyst and Garnet Sterling Silver Link Bracelet from Bali, "Sleeping Princess"$124.99
Her countenance smooth and untroubled, a sleeping princess dreams peacefully. Dewi Putera creates this ravishing link bracelet, featuring a hand-carved cowbone face and over 8 carats of precious gemstones. Florid Balinese silverwork completes the design.
.925 Sterling silver
Sterling Silver and Faceted Garnet Hinged Cuff Bracelet, "Fiery Royalty"$79.99
Balinese artisan Wayan Neri presents another gorgeous handmade sterling silver cuff bracelet featuring oval faceted garnet stones totaling four carats. This attractive bracelet includes a bold rope style cuff with floral motif engravings and lavish translucent red gemstones for added color. The bracelet is hinged in the center for easy fitting.
Handmade Balinese Garnet Cuff Bracelet, "Gelgel Empress"$99.99
Four carats of natural garnet and gold accents shine in this hand crafted cuff bracelet presented to us by Wayan Neri. A Balinese floral motif is featured at each end of the bracelet and stylishly conceals a hinge designed for easy wear. This unique bracelet is named after Gelgel, a kingdom that dominated Bali five centuries ago.
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.