The warm air in the marketplace is redolent of spices, fruit juices, and wine. Colors crowd together, the prismatic sun washing them all into a beautiful medley. Inspired by the colors of a bazaar at the break of dawn.
The term ant hill garnet was coined because they're found on and around the margins of ant hills. The ants find the garnets while building their home, and haul the stones to the surface. How cool is that?! This ant hill garnet was found in Arizona.
The stone was cut in the USA and now finds itself in the embrace of a D-shaped sterling silver band. And on your finger, perhaps?
You'll receive the exact one of a kind Ant Hill garnet ring from the photos.
Don't let its slender band fool you: this garnet ring packs a punch. Stacks beautifully with other rings, like our open garnet ring. Stack this piece with the open garnet ring or a tsavorite garnet band that's perfectly curved to stack with this ring.
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