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Garnet birthstone jewellery for January birthdays

Celebrate January birthdays with our handmade garnet birthstone jewellery collection. This birthstone, with its deep red allure, takes centre stage in designs that effortlessly blend sustainable fashion know-how with a lively spirit. Enjoy rich red garnet hues that January babies adore and add a vibrant touch to winter wardrobes. Whether you're treating yourself or surprising a loved one, our collections by independent jewellers offer a range of styles, allowing you to make a statement that's bold and full of passion or adorn yourself with just a hint of colour. Express yourself with a nod to the lively essence of January – because birthstone jewellery should be as dynamic as those who wear it.

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IGNATIUS SAD LION drop earrings

IGNATIUS SAD LION drop earrings

SLAB

$348.00

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TIAMAT chunky ring

TIAMAT chunky ring

Ines & Litza

from $657.00

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ZEMYNA garnet stacking ring, silver

ZEMYNA garnet stacking ring, silver

Ines & Litza

$400.00

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Model wearing chunky Chichi ring by EDXU in recycled 18ct rose gold with pink and red gemstones
Product close-up of 18ct rose gold vermeil plated Chichi statement chunky ring by EDXU. Featuring garnet, morganite, white topaz, and enamel.

CHICHI chunky gemstone ring

EDXÚ

$709.00

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Recycled silver and garnet Rhea pendant necklace with an organic form
Close up of model wearing gold-plated green tourmaline Rhea pendant necklace

RHEA pendant necklace, silver

Ines & Litza

$342.00

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Recycled rose gold Alexi ring by EDXÚ with emerald-cut central diamond and princess-cut morganite, garnet, and diamond gemstones on a white background
Recycled yellow gold Alexi ring with emerald-cut central diamond and princess-cut citrine, lemon quartz, and diamond gemstones on a model's hands

ALEXI white topaz ring, rose gold-plated

EDXÚ

$322.00

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3 colors
TIAMAT chunky ring

TIAMAT chunky ring

Ines & Litza

from $657.00

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MARA pendant necklace

MARA pendant necklace

Ines & Litza

$213.00

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BESPOKE gemstone ring
Side view of recycled silver signet ring with sapphire and aquamarine gemstones

BESPOKE gemstone ring

Maalo

from $290.00

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ORSINO DAGGER gemstone drop earrings

ORSINO DAGGER gemstone drop earrings

SLAB

from $71.00

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Product close-up of 18ct rose gold vermeil plated Chichi statement chunky ring by EDXU. Featuring garnet, morganite, white topaz, and enamel.
Model wearing chunky Chichi ring by EDXU in recycled 18ct rose gold with pink and red gemstones

CHICHI chunky gemstone ring

EDXÚ

from $1,900.00

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ZEMYNA garnet stacking ring, gold-plated

ZEMYNA garnet stacking ring, gold-plated

Ines & Litza

from $400.00

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Recycled rose gold Alexi ring by EDXÚ with emerald-cut central diamond and princess-cut morganite, garnet, and diamond gemstones on a white background
Recycled yellow gold Alexi ring by EDXÚ  with emerald-cut central diamond and princess-cut citrine, lemon quartz, and diamond gemstones on a model's hands

ALEXI diamond ring, solid rose gold

EDXÚ

from $1,790.00

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3 colors

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Why choose garnet birthstone jewellery?

Choosing garnet birthstone jewellery brings together dynamic beauty and meaningful symbolism. The deep red hues of garnet not only make a visually striking addition to any jewellery collection but also carry a rich historical significance, symbolising courage, strength, and protection throughout the ages. Beyond its aesthetic appeal, garnet is believed to energise, revitalise, and ground, fostering both passion and stability. Opting for garnet birthstone jewellery allows individuals to not only express their style but also connect with the historical and metaphysical dimensions associated with this captivating gem.

January birthstone: Garnet birthstone properties

Garnet is a group of minerals that come in a variety of colours, including a vibrant green, with the most common being a deep red. As January's birthstone, it's known for its energising and revitalising properties, as well as for imparting passion and creativity.

  • Energising and Revitalising: Garnet is often seen as a stone that energises and revitalises. It is believed to boost physical vitality and stamina, making it an excellent choice for those in need of a pick-me-up.
  • Passion and Love: Due to its rich red colour, garnet is often associated with passion and love. It is believed to enhance romantic relationships and bring about feelings of warmth and devotion.
  • Creativity and Confidence: Some traditions link garnet to creativity and self-confidence. It is believed to stimulate creative thinking and encourage individuals to express themselves with greater assurance.
  • Grounding Energy: Garnet is thought to have grounding properties, helping individuals stay connected to the present moment. It may provide a sense of stability and security, particularly during times of change.
  • Protection: Garnet is often seen as a protective stone, shielding the wearer from negative energies. It may also be used to ward off feelings of fear or insecurity.
  • Manifestation of Goals: Garnet is associated with manifestation and goal-setting. It is believed to help individuals clarify their intentions, set realistic objectives, and work towards achieving them.

The history of garnet birthstone jewellery

Garnet boasts a rich history dating back centuries, with its name derived from the Latin word "granatus," reflecting its resemblance to pomegranate seeds. Worn and revered in ancient Egyptian, Greek, and Roman civilisations, garnet not only adorned individuals but was also believed to possess protective and healing properties. During the Middle Ages, garnet remained highly valued in Europe, gracing religious jewellery and royal regalia, with many attributing protective qualities to the birthstone. In the 19th century Victorian era, garnet experienced a resurgence in popularity, particularly in mourning jewellery. Bohemia, now part of the Czech Republic, gained acclaim for its high-quality red garnets in the 18th and 19th centuries, contributing to the birthstones's global reputation.

Throughout history, garnet has been symbolically associated with themes of love, passion, and protection, making it a cherished choice for various expressions of commitment. Today, garnet continues to captivate with its vibrant colours and historical significance, offering versatility in contemporary jewellery designs.