Granite is a common, coarse-grained, acidic, igneous, plutonic rock that is characterized by its great hardness. It derives its name from the Latin word “grantum” which means “pomegranate”. In Persia it was considered to be a royal gemstone. It derives its name from the Latin word “grantum” which means “pomegranate”. In Persia it was considered to be a royal gemstone. For a plutonic rock to be classified as granitic, it must contain feldspars (alkali and plagioclase feldspars), as well as quartz, but usually, in addition to the essential minerals, granites contain ferromagnesian minerals, such as mica, amphiboles, pyroxenes etc. and accessory minerals, such as zirconia, apatite, titanite, etc. Its composition is the one that determines its color.
Sterling Silver Garnet Pendant BE0114
Pendant with multifaceted garnet, set in gold-plated sterling silver.
Dimensions: 13 mm x 16 mm.
It comes with a certificate of authenticity.
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