New life springs eternal with the lush green of this sensational garnet.
Discovered in Africa, this garnet is a variety known as tsavorite, as it is only found in the Tsavo National Park.
The garnet has been fashioned into a round shape and weighs .57 carats.
Tsavorite garnet has good hardness and is an excellent choice as the centerpiece of a ring or pendant. Encircle this gem with diamonds or accent it with contrasting colorful gems (cerulean blue, fiery-orange, magenta).
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