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BIRTHSTONES: TANZANITE


GARNET FOR


January


Being ready for birthstone enquiries or preparing promotional displays


needs planning. Now’s a good time to stock up


yellow, oranges and umbra. A sturdy and resilient gemstone, it is believed to have properties that will aid with depression as well as making others attracted to you, helping to increase business and to benefi t your personal life. Its sensual energy helps with love and it is meant to assist with endurance and vigour, not to mention it has been suggested that its healing properties help with ailments such as skin conditions. Commonly found in Africa, there are many diff erent types of Garnet including Almandine and Spessartite and it has been known to be found all over the world, including the USA, Russia, Thailand and China, to name a few.


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arnet, though typically red in colour can be found in shades of green, bright


For 21 years LUKE STOCKLEY JEWELLERY has been crafting spectacular classic and contemporary jewellery using a spectrum of coloured gemstones set in 18 carat gold, platinum and silver. Available from independent jewellers across Europe, the companies beautifully designed pieces are lovingly created with exquisite craftsmanship, which is evident in its range of jewellery for January’s birthstone, garnet. Seen in a variety of striking designs - from delicate,


vintage-inspired earrings, to glamorous and contemporary rings, the company has used the stone across its 18 carat yellow gold, 18 carat gold and 9 carat gold vintage inspired and silver ranges, showcasing the versatility of this gorgeous gem. Its deep pomegranate colour creates a striking contrast paired against white gold and silver, while yellow gold brings out garnet’s wonderful warm tones. INFORMATION: 020 7495 8055, info@lukestockley.com or www.lukestockley.com


jewelleryfocus.co.uk | November 2013


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