New Garnet and marcasite flower ring

Garnet and marcasite flower ring

Product code: 30169052\0

Availability: In stock

This beautiful silver ring features a faceted red garnet with a frame of little marcasite gemstone which form a delicate flower pattern. During King Henry VIII's early reign, Garnets were incredibility popular due to Katherine of Argon, whose emblem was the pomergranite.

  • *Sterling silver ring
  • *Red garnet
  • *Swiss swarovski marcasite
  • *Dimensions: 2 x 2.5cm
  • *Care instructions: avoid direct contact with water and perfumes
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This beautiful silver ring features a faceted red garnet with a frame of little marcasite gemstone which form a delicate flower pattern. During King Henry VIII's early reign, Garnets were incredibi Read More...

£60.00
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    • Garnets became popular during the earling reign of King Henry VIII after Henry gave his first wife, Katheringe of Aragon, a pomegranate heraldic badge.

      The marcasites in this ring are mined at the Jura Mountains in Switzerland, where the best quality stones are found. They have been rose cut to reflect the characteristic beautiful sheen. Marcasite is a mineral in its own right and a form of pyrites.

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