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
Love this bracelet!
I got the earrings and am now ordering the necklace (it was on back order). These gemstones are so pretty together!! Nice, little bit heavy, weight. Just gorgeous!!??
Lovely bracelet. Comfy and pretty. Excellent craftsmanship. Receive many compliments every time I wear it.
A cherished piece of art work!
Spectacular cuff bracelet! Receive many compliments when worn. Love the workmanship and the feel agants my wrist!!
Alok Jain Sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"My journey into handicrafts has been great, yet the highlight came in 1995, when the Sultan of Brunei placed an order for my designs!"
Popular Garnet Bracelets
Multi-gemstone and Carved Bone Link Bracelet from Bali, "Noble Lady"$97.99
Over 6 carats of gemstones grace this elegant link bracelet from Bali's Dewi Putera. Amethyst, citrine, blue topaz and garnet flank a beautiful center pendant hand-carved of smooth cow bone. The dreamy face, crowned by another faceted blue topaz, seems to gaze serenely into the distance. Ornate Balinese-style silverwork completes the design.
.925 Sterling silver
Handmade 925 Sterling Silver Gemstone Tennis Bracelet, "Jazzy Elegance"
A rainbow of colors plays nicely with a beautiful motif of combination finish 925 sterling silver in this dazzling tennis bracelet by Indian artisan Babun Dey. A mix of alternating blue topaz, amethyst, peridot, garnet and citrine gemstones, totaling more than ten carats altogether make this bracelet stand out in eye-catching form.
Multi-Gemstone Cuff Bracelet from India, "Midnight Brilliance"$74.99
With the elegance of midnight, a black oval of onyx centers this glamorous cuff bracelet from India. Babun Dey and other artisans craft the bracelet of sterling silver to feature dot and "X" motifs that grace the wrist. The onyx pendant is accentuated by marquise garnet and round cultured pearls.
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.