Garnet is known for its ability to come in a variety of colors, most commonly shades of red and green. Each variety of garnet, from pyrope to tsavorite, offers different optical properties and shades, making it a popular choice among jewelry designers and collectors.

- Pyrope garnet is distinguished by its deep blood red hue, a gem that captures the essence of passion and romance with its vibrant color and exceptional clarity. With a hardness between 6.5 and 7.5 on the Mohs scale, pyrope garnet is both durable and eye-catching, ideal for jewelry that stands out on any occasion.

- The tsavorite garnet shines an intense and brilliant green, offering a clarity and luminosity that makes it stand out in the world of precious gems. Prized for its vibrant color and exceptional transparency, tsavorite garnet combines durability, with a hardness of 6.5 to 7.5 on the Mohs scale, with unparalleled beauty making it perfect for high-quality, sophisticated jewelry.


Overall durability, with a hardness of between 6.5 and 7.5, along with its vibrant luster, makes garnet an excellent choice for everyday jewelry. It is found throughout the world, including the United States, Africa and Sri Lanka, and each location brings unique characteristics to the mined gems.


Did you know?: In Norse mythology, the northern lights were said to be sparks created by the flight of a fox whose tail was covered in burning garnets.

At Sibela Studio , each variety of garnet, from vibrant pyrope red to exotic tsavorite green, is selected for its superior quality and exceptional brilliance. Our collection of garnet jewelry combines durability and beauty, offering pieces perfect for everyday wear or for special events.

Isabel Peña