Garnet is one of the most versatile stones on the market with over twenty species. Of these, only five are used for gemstones. Colours of reds, greens, oranges, and virtually all colours except blue can be found as Garnets.
Red Garnets are the most common. Rhodolite Garnet is the most valuable of the red garnets. This popular Garnet is a magnificent velvety red with a fine violet undertone.
Spessartite is an orange to orange-red form of Garnet, and has recently increased in popularity.
Tsavorite is the green form of Garnet and is a rare and highly prized gemstone. Only the most saturated green stones are called Tsavorite.
Hessonite is a brownish yellow to brownish orange form of Garnet. This gem is very appealing to the naked eye and makes for beautiful jewellery.
Demantoid, the most valuable Garnet, is green to emerald green and a gemstone for connoisseurs and gemstone lovers. Its brilliance is positively tremendous, even greater than that of the Diamond.