June has officially arrived! There are a few acceptable birthstones for June, with our favorite being the rhodolite garnet. Rhodolite garnets vary in hue and can range from magenta to mauve. Garnets come in a variety of colors, including brown, green, and red. A rhodolite garnet is pinker in color when compared to the more traditional deep reddish brown garnets. Our rhodolite garnet jewelry can be easily browsed by searching our Gemstone Jewelry Guide. View three of our most popular pieces below.
A five stone ring is one of the most traditional pieces of jewelry that a woman can own. This ring can be made with a u-prong setting (shown) or a shared prong setting. We use AAA quality rhodolite garnets that weigh collectively 0.50 cttw. This 3mm ring may be purchased in your choice of gold or platinum.
A channel set eternity ring features gemstones the entire way around the ring. This ring features princess cut rhodolite garnets, which weigh approximately 2.25 cttw. The ring has a width of 3.5mm, making it an effortless piece to wear alone or stacked with other rings.
If you are looking for a more classic eternity ring, this is a lovely option. Round rhodolite garnets are set into a shared prong band with the stones weighing 1.00 cttw approximately. A shared prong eternity ring can be gifted to a new mother or worn as an anniversary band, especially for brides that had a June wedding.
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