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Garnet & White Topaz

Garnet Ring - Harlow

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GIA Lab Approved Gem Authenticity
Description

About This Ring

Indulge in the sumptuous red tones of the Garnet Ring - Harlow. A rich, authentic Moon Magic Garnet is stunning amidst an elegant row of genuine White Topaz.  

Seductive and glam, this ring is sure to turn heads.    

Details

- Authentic Moon Magic Garnet
- White Topaz embellishments

- Stone Size: 0.31" x 0.39" (8mm x 10mm)
- Cut: Oval-shaped brilliant cut
- Gem authenticity approved by GIA 

How To Style 

Embrace the passionate tones of Garnet with this special piece, perfect for that evening do or a bold daytime accent. The Harlow shines on its own or is the perfect centerpiece of a custom, sparkling gemstone stack.
Gem Info
Our authentic Garnet is chosen with love in Mozambique.
Revealing its fiery red brilliance, Garnet turns any jewelry design into a conversation starter.
To keep the passion in a Garnet gem, clean it with warm soapy water. Avoid contact with harsh chemicals or acids.
As the birthstone for January, Garnet fires up your look while enhancing strong feelings of passion and gratitude.
Shipping & Returns

United States

Free US shipping on orders over $50.

Delivery time: 2-6 business days*

Fast & secure with DHL.

Hassle-free returns within 30 days.


International

Shipping costs: $8,90

Delivery time: 2-7 business days*

Fast & secure with DHL.

Hassle-free returns within 30 days.


*Covid Shipping Update: Our carrier is operating with the utmost caution to protect our customers and the delivery workers. Unfortunately, this may add to unavoidable delivery delays. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time.

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