Hydrogrossular Garnet Stretch Bracelet
Natural and untreated Hydrogrossular Garnet stretch bracelet
Hydrogrossular garnet is an especially rare gemstone. It's defined by a bright green color, and most commonly found with black inclusions. These inclusions are chromite, and the green color is caused by a reaction in the stone when the chrome is introduced to water. The green coloring has likened the stone of jadeite in the past, and because its hardness has made the stone perfect for beads and cabochons, it has often been used as a substitute.
Stone Type: Garnet
Chakra: Root, Crown
Origin: Canada, Russia, South Africa, and the United States
Mohs Hardness: 7-7.5
All of my stretch bracelets are strung on Elonga stretch cord.
Always put your stretch bracelet on the right
way. This is one of the main factors in bracelets
that don’t last. Never put on your bracelet by
stretching it over your hand. As much as
possible, roll it over your hand without
excessive pulling. Keep the bracelet away
from soap, perfumes, hair and skin products.