Silver ring with a scattering of natural Czech garnet
Material: 925/1000 sterling silver
Production: Czech Republic
- shipping 1-3 business days
- World-wide delivery 4-9 EUR. Slovakia, Czech - 2-4 EUR,
Europe 4-7 EUR.
UK, USA, GR,SW 9 EUR
Firestone royal luxury
Garnet or pyrope, as it is called in the Czech Republic- the homeland of the stone, is a real pride and national treasure of the country. The red stone has gained popularity far beyond the borders of its homeland. Garnet jewelry shines at international exhibitions, and all tourists strive to bring jewelry with the coveted stone from Prague. Garnet has a unique vitreous luster. It got its name due to its resemblance to the grains of the pomegranate fruit. Natural pyropes rarely exceed the size of a pomegranate seed. The most popular setting for jewelry with this mineral is silver. Gold looks too pretentious and extravagant in combination with a fiery stone, fashionistas will not decide to wear such an ornament. Silver creates the perfect balance and enhances the shine of the garnet without competing with it.
Decoration with natural garnet
This silver ring with a scattering of natural Czech garnet will be an excellent gift for your beloved. Pyropes are often gifted on second wedding anniversaries. In ancient times, a young man presented a red pomegranate as a gift to his sweetheart, as a symbol of love and fidelity. The stone also symbolizes friendship. In the east, garnets were given as a sign of high propensity and to strengthen friendly relations. The cold shine of silver favorably sets off the fiery color of the stone. This piece can be worn every day or reserved for a special occasion. Pyrope is combined with outfits of red, white, black and brown shades. Add to the ring earrings and a pendant to create a dazzling jewelry set.
The history of firestone
Garnet is a result of a long process of petrification of volcanic lava. In ancient times it was called the "frozen blood of fire." The production of garnets began to be carried out in the 8th century, and it gained worldwide fame in the 18th century. All members of the aristocracy and dignitaries sought to get a piece of jewelry with pyrope, which became a symbol of power. In the Middle Ages, the crusaders took garnets on a campaign to protect them from accidental death. There is a legend that a garnet illuminated Noah's path during the Flood. Today, the garnet is a symbol of the Czech Republic, and its fame has spread far beyond the borders of the country.