Are Garnet a Gemstone and what it really explains
Garnet

What Exactly is Garnet Gemstones

The gemstone named Garnets is an accumulation of silicate crystals that have been obtained and used following the Bronze Age as gemstones and cutters. All sorts of garnets maintain comparable mechanical grounds and crystal forms but the contrast in chemical structure. The distinct species are pyrope, almandine, spessartine, grossular, uvarovite, and andradite.

Gemstone Color

virtually all colors, blue is very rare

Gemstone Luster

Vitreous

Crystal
System

Isometric

Chemical formula

Fe3Al2Si3O12

Gems Hardness

6.5–7.5

Mineral
Class

Silicate

The gemstone named Garnets is an accumulation of silicate crystals that have been obtained and used following the Bronze Age as gemstones and cutters. All sorts of garnets maintain comparable mechanical grounds and crystal forms but the contrast in chemical structure. The distinct species are pyrope, almandine, spessartine, grossular, uvarovite, and andradite.

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