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Striking Red Garnet Pendant Necklace from Brazil. Pear, 10x7mm, 4-Prong, Sterling Silver Pendant. Made to order. Chain Options. *

Striking Red Garnet Pendant Necklace from Brazil. Pear, 10x7mm, 4-Prong, Sterling Silver Pendant. Made to order. Chain Options. *

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Gemstone: Garnet
  • Material: Silver
  • Style: Minimalist
  • Favorited by: 10 people
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From Shawnee, KS
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Description

Beautiful, Bold, Garnet Pendant Necklace. This gemstone is striking! It's color is predominately red with orange secondary. This is made-to-order, not mass-produced.

The pendant is made from sterling silver. It is a simple 4-prong pendant with a double eyelet. The following chain options are available:
1) A very delicate, light weight, 1.4mm wide, .925 Silver, Wave / Singapore style silver chain (pictured)
2) A sturdy, but classy, .7mm wide, .925 Silver, Italian Box chain

This is hand-made, not mass-produced. Please allow up to 10 days to build and 3-6 days to deliver (domestic address.)

Gemstone: Natural, Almadine Garnet
Birthstone: January
Treatment: None
Origin: Minas Gerais, Brazil
Color: Dark Red, Orange Secondary (Reddish - Orange)
Shape: Pear
Cut: Facet
Clarity: VVS
Length: 10.86mm (avg)
Width: 6.67mm (avg)
Depth: 4.12mm (avg)
Weight: 2.35 ctw (avg)

Pictures are magnified (macro) with different lighting to demonstrate varying hue in daylight / nightlight.

With MARILEI® Jewelry:
1) Authentic, 100% Natural gemstones
2) Stamped, .925 silver, 10k, 14k, and 18k yellow and white gold settings
3) Jewelry comes in a MARILEI® signature case and gift box, unless otherwise specified.
4) Warranty - Satisfaction Guaranteed.

Please allow 1-3 days to complete your order. As always, your satisfaction is guaranteed!

About Garnets:

Garnet is a very popular gemstone, and is the most well-known dark red gemstone. Red Garnet gemstones (Almandine and Pyrope) are very affordable and faceted into all types of jewerly, including necklaces, rings, bracelets, and earrings. Round cabochons of red Garnet are also popular and used in rings and bracelets. The variety Rhodolite has become a very important jewelry gemstone, and the rare green Tsavorite and Demantoid Garnets make exquisite and costly gemstones. Color Changing Garnet has sparked recent interest, and it is most often used in rings. Other forms of Garnets such as orange Spessartite, yellow Grossular and black Melanite are also used as gemstones.

Almandine and Pyrope are the most widely used Garnet gemstones. Though Almandine is the most common Garnet, it is usually opaque and not fit for gemstone use. Only the less common transparent dark red forms of Almandine are used as gemstones. Pyrope is especially noted for its transparency and frequent lack of flaws or inclusions. A rose-red to violet variety of Pyrope (or intermediary between Almandine and Pyrope) is known as Rhodolite, and is a very well represented in the gem trade.

Spessartite is an orange to orange-red form of Garnet, and has recently increased in popularity, with several new deposits of gem grade material having been recently exploited. Grossular, the most varicolored form of Garnet, has the important gem variety of green Tsavorite, as well as orange-brown Hessonite and a yellow to yellow-green form.

Andradite, the most lustrous of the Garnets, has the rare green Demantoid variety, the yellow Topazolite variety, and the black Melanite variety. Uvarovite, the rarest of the familiar garnets, is seldom found in crystals large enough to be faceted, and is the least represented of all the familiar Garnets.

Color-changing Garnet is an interesting form of this gemstone that has a different color when viewed in natural and incandescent lighting. It can have several color combinations, especially brown or orange in daylight to a pink or light red in incandescent light.

Garnets occasionally displays asterism in the form of four-rayed stars. However, Star Garnets are very rare, and generally occur in opaque stones with only a weak asterism effect; thus interest in Star Garnets are limited.

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Warranty: If you believe that what you have purchased was not accurately portrayed, defected in any way (including damage due to shipping), or you simply changed your mind; return the purchase in its original case with a note explaining your reason for return, your name and address, and we will refund your purchase completely. You are responsible for shipping costs associated with the return. We are unable to warranty your jewelry for damage due to use, including "wear and tear." If we determine that the jewelry was damaged by wear and tear, we will respond with a letter of determination and no refund will be issued. Please rest assured, that we want you to be 100% satisfied with your purchase and recommending MARILEI®.
Beautiful, Bold, Garnet Pendant Necklace. This gemstone is striking! It's color is predominately red with orange secondary. This is made-to-order, not mass-produced.

The pendant is made from sterling silver. It is a simple 4-prong pendant with a double eyelet. The following chain options are available:
1) A very delicate, light weight, 1.4mm wide, .925 Silver, Wave / Singapore style silver chain (pictured)
2) A sturdy, but classy, .7mm wide, .925 Silver, Italian Box chain

This is hand-made, not mass-produced. Please allow up to 10 days to build and 3-6 days to deliver (domestic address.)

Gemstone: Natural, Almadine Garnet
Birthstone: January
Treatment: None
Origin: Minas Gerais, Brazil
Color: Dark Red, Orange Secondary (Reddish - Orange)
Shape: Pear
Cut: Facet
Clarity: VVS
Length: 10.86mm (avg)
Width: 6.67mm (avg)
Depth: 4.12mm (avg)
Weight: 2.35 ctw (avg)

Pictures are magnified (macro) with different lighting to demonstrate varying hue in daylight / nightlight.

With MARILEI® Jewelry:
1) Authentic, 100% Natural gemstones
2) Stamped, .925 silver, 10k, 14k, and 18k yellow and white gold settings
3) Jewelry comes in a MARILEI® signature case and gift box, unless otherwise specified.
4) Warranty - Satisfaction Guaranteed.

Please allow 1-3 days to complete your order. As always, your satisfaction is guaranteed!

About Garnets:

Garnet is a very popular gemstone, and is the most well-known dark red gemstone. Red Garnet gemstones (Almandine and Pyrope) are very affordable and faceted into all types of jewerly, including necklaces, rings, bracelets, and earrings. Round cabochons of red Garnet are also popular and used in rings and bracelets. The variety Rhodolite has become a very important jewelry gemstone, and the rare green Tsavorite and Demantoid Garnets make exquisite and costly gemstones. Color Changing Garnet has sparked recent interest, and it is most often used in rings. Other forms of Garnets such as orange Spessartite, yellow Grossular and black Melanite are also used as gemstones.

Almandine and Pyrope are the most widely used Garnet gemstones. Though Almandine is the most common Garnet, it is usually opaque and not fit for gemstone use. Only the less common transparent dark red forms of Almandine are used as gemstones. Pyrope is especially noted for its transparency and frequent lack of flaws or inclusions. A rose-red to violet variety of Pyrope (or intermediary between Almandine and Pyrope) is known as Rhodolite, and is a very well represented in the gem trade.

Spessartite is an orange to orange-red form of Garnet, and has recently increased in popularity, with several new deposits of gem grade material having been recently exploited. Grossular, the most varicolored form of Garnet, has the important gem variety of green Tsavorite, as well as orange-brown Hessonite and a yellow to yellow-green form.

Andradite, the most lustrous of the Garnets, has the rare green Demantoid variety, the yellow Topazolite variety, and the black Melanite variety. Uvarovite, the rarest of the familiar garnets, is seldom found in crystals large enough to be faceted, and is the least represented of all the familiar Garnets.

Color-changing Garnet is an interesting form of this gemstone that has a different color when viewed in natural and incandescent lighting. It can have several color combinations, especially brown or orange in daylight to a pink or light red in incandescent light.

Garnets occasionally displays asterism in the form of four-rayed stars. However, Star Garnets are very rare, and generally occur in opaque stones with only a weak asterism effect; thus interest in Star Garnets are limited.

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Warranty: If you believe that what you have purchased was not accurately portrayed, defected in any way (including damage due to shipping), or you simply changed your mind; return the purchase in its original case with a note explaining your reason for return, your name and address, and we will refund your purchase completely. You are responsible for shipping costs associated with the return. We are unable to warranty your jewelry for damage due to use, including "wear and tear." If we determine that the jewelry was damaged by wear and tear, we will respond with a letter of determination and no refund will be issued. Please rest assured, that we want you to be 100% satisfied with your purchase and recommending MARILEI®.

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I gladly accept returns and exchanges

Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 30 days of delivery

I don't accept cancellations

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
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MARILEI® jewelry is guaranteed. If an item is damaged in transit, has a design flaw, doesn't fit, or you simply changed your mind; we will refund your order in full after you send your order back to us. We do ask that you pay postage on the return. Damage to jewelry items, as a result of wear and tear, are excluded from the warranty. Returns after 90 days are generally not permissible, but we do make exceptions based on unusual circumstances. More than anything we want you to be proud to wear MARILEI® jewelry.

Return Address:
Marilei (Rylan's Trust, LLC)
22052 W. 66th St.
Shawnee, KS 66226

Shipping policies

Processing and shipping your order generally takes about 1 - 3 days and may include re-sizing, final cleaning / polishing, placing in jewelry box / case, packaging, and mailing. We will help you understand where we are in the process and when to expect delivery. Multiple shipping options are provided. Our shipments are tracked. Most domestic deliveries can be expected within 5 days. International deliveries may take longer depending on destination.

Custom Duties, VAT, Luxury taxes, etc are the responsibility of the buyer. If you are an international buyer, you can expect that you will have additional fees in order to pick up your package. We will do our best to send your order the safest and most expeditious way possible; but we do not have control of Customs and Tax levy process. Delays are possible, with some packages arriving after 2-3 weeks.

Additional policies

Please drop us a note if you see something you like, but need a different size, a change in gemstone type, or some other recommendation. We will do our best to build you beautiful jewelry.

Correspondence: customer@marileijewelry.com

Website: www.marilei.com

"Marilei" is a registered Trademark (name and logo) with the USPTO.
Serial Numbers: 86209318, 86209420

Marilei is a jewelry business registered under the business name:
Rylan's Trust, LLC
22052 W. 66th St.
Shawnee, KS 66226

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We can customize jewelry for most gemstones listed. In some cases, removing a gemstone from a setting poses too much risk to the gemstone or the integrity of the jewelry. Etsy convo or email if you have a specific jewelry need you would like us to fulfill.
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