Puzzle Ring, January Birthstone, Garnet Sterling Silver, Birthday Gift, Wedding, Engagement. January Birthstone Puzzle Ring - karams
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Sterling Silver 4-Band Puzzle Ring with January Birthstone Garnet

Looks and feels like a designer ring, but it is a challenging puzzle ring. Bright Solid 925K Sterling Silver Ring with Garnet. Sizes 5-11 Weight 6 grams.

History of Puzzle Ring

A Puzzle ring consists of from two to twenty four interconnected rings that, when correctly aligned, can be an impressive finger ring. When apart, it's difficult to believe they can be manipulated to form an interconnected whole. They were developed from gimmal rings, which derived their name from the Latin gemelli, meaning "twins". Gimmal rings were mainly used as wedding rings. Many are Italian or English from the Renaissance period. They are also sometimes called Turkish Wedding Rings or Harem Rings.

BIRTHSTONES BY MONTH
Traditionally, a birthstone is associated with each month of the year. For example, the birthstone for January is a garnet, while lucky babies born in April get a diamond as their birthstone.
The origin of birthstones is believed to date back to the breastplate of Aaron which contained twelve gemstones representing the twelve tribes of Israel. The current list dates back to 1912 with only one addition since then – the tanzanite was added to December.
There are numerous legends and myths about birthstone healing powers and their therapeutic influence. According to these legends, wearing a gemstone during its assigned month heightened its healing powers. For the full effect, individuals needed to own all twelve and alternate them monthly.

JANUARY BIRTHSTONE
Garnet
Garnet, the birthstone for January, signifies eternal friendship and trust and is the perfect gift for a friend.  Garnet, derived from the word granatummeans seed, and is called so because of the gemstone's resemblance to a pomegranate seed.  References to the gemstone dates back to 3100 B.C., when the Egyptians used garnets as inlays jewelry.

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