Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115140

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115141

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115142

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115143

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115144

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115145

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115146

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115147

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115148

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115161

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115162

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115163

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115164

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115165

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115166

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115167

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115168

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115169

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115170

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115171

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115172

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115173

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115174

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115175

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115176

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115177

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115178

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115179

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115180

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115181

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115182

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115183

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115184

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115185

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115186

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115187

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115188

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115189

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115190

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115191

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115192

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115193

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115194

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115195

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115196

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115197

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115198

Natural Rhodolite Garnet Stone 115199

A precious stone variety that is renowned for its famous red colour. A gemstone that is found in many parts of the world, in ingenious (hardened molten rock), metamorphic and sedimentary rock formations. Whilst associated with shades of the colour red, garnets can be found in an array of colours, including shades of green. Garnets are known for their variety of industrial applications, and what is interesting to note is that unlike other popular gemstones, garnets come in a variety of mineral types, for what unites them is the common mineral structure. With the types Almandine, Spessartine, Pyrope, Grossular being the more popular, owing to their higher score in Mohs scale (6.5 – 7.5). As precious stone options, garnet can be considered as great alternatives to rubies. Long being recognized as a gemstone of value, with uses going back thousands of years. With the rare blue garnet being a special variety.