Fall is the harvest season and in Greece the fruits of the season are Pomegranates. Here at Greek Island House we are honoring the harvest with a few new pieces featuring garnet cabochon "pomegranate seeds". Fitting to the stone's etymology, the name garnet actually comes from the word granatum, the pomegranate. As a traditional symbol of fertility and femininity, the pomegranate has been a feature symbol in Greek art and literature for thousands of years and plays a major part in Maria-Tina's Jewelry today. So harvest your crop of Maria-Tina Minoan Jewelry today and enjoy the splendor the season.
Open Heart Rings with Garnet "Pomegranate Seeds"
- Hand hammered solid sterling silver heart rings
- LEFT rhodolite garnet (magenta or plum hues)
- RIGHT almandine garnet (brick red)
- $145 each special ($165 each regular price)
Did you know?... the Spanish City of Granada was named after the delicious fruit.