A delicate mosaic of rose gold surrounded by faceted garnet is set in sterling silver overlayed in gold, in a long necklace that can be worn singly or doubled up. Necklace is Ethiopian rainbow opal, ethereal and filled with fire.
In January's birthstone collection, garnet is said to offer protection through travel, attributed with the power of protecting wearers from nightmares and snakebites, and are also thought to provide guidance in the dark.
The use of red garnet dates back thousands of years, when it was used by Egyptian pharaohs for both decorative and ceremonial purposes. The ancient Romans also wore garnet rings and traded garnet gemstones.
Each piece encapsulates the lush beauty that defines mosaic jewels.