Georgian Solitaire Garnet Ring

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Georgian Solitaire Garnet Ring

700.00

Metal: 18K Gold

Size: 5.5

Stone: Garnet

Face Size: .35" H x .3" W 

Era: 1760 - 1770

What You Should Know: There is a light surface scratch on stone, but not noticeable to naked eye.

It’s rare you find us on the “less is more” train, but here we are, conducting that train wearing this gorgeous solitaire ring.

The name garnet comes from the Latin word “granatus” which means seed, referring to pomegranate seeds. In ancient Greek legends, the pomegranate seed addiction belonged to the daughter of Zeus, Persephone, who was unfortunately destined to live in the underworld with Hades part time. She refused to eat anything but pomegranate seeds, because well, delicious, and henceforth the pomegranate seed symbolized a bond between separated lovers since she was constantly traveling between worlds.

This simple Georgian ring features a bold garnet in a classic setting to directly say near, far, wherever you are, the heart does go on. And boy do we heart this ring.

 

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