Among all the other gemstones, Color Change Garnet is the most unique, rare, and interesting gemstone. Most of these gemstones are composed of pyrope and spessartite. It can be sometimes easily confused with Alexandrite as they look the same.
As Color Change Garnet is the variety of Garnet, it can be worn by the people born in January.
Let us learn more about Color Change Garnet.
Color Change Garnet is the rare and valuable member of the Garnet group of gemstone that exhibits an isometric crystal system. Most of these stones can be found with the presence of almandine and grossular Garnets in a small amount. These beautiful stones can open up and balance the base, sacral, solar plexus, and heart chakras. It helps to bring serenity, revitalize energy, inspire love and devotion, stimulate vitality, remove inhibitions, and enhance one's creativity.
Color Change Garnet was believed to be first discovered in 1998 in Madagascar. As its name suggests, this name was given for the type of Garnets that has the ability to change colors under different lighting conditions. Since its discovery, it has been highly valued and used as a gemstone throughout the world.
The chemical formula of Color Change Garnet is [Mg3 + Mn3]AL2(SIO4) - Manganese aluminum silicate. These stones have a hardness of 7-7.5 according to the Mohs scale.
There are no known types of Color Change Garnet.
The cost of Color Change Garnet can vary anywhere from $80 to $180 according to its cut, color, clarity, and quality.
Color Change Garnets can be used as a gemstone in various forms of jewelry and ornamental objects.
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