January - Rhodolite Garnet
One of our two options of birthstone for January, the Rhodolite Garnet has a beautiful deep pink hue, the name deriving from two Greek words meaning "rose stone". It is known as a stone of inspiration,encouraging love, kindness and compassion, and promoting self-worth and spiritual growth.
The Garnet is also the stone for the 2nd year Wedding Anniversary.
Each birthstone is 3mm in diameter and is set into a charm with beaded detail measuring 7mm in diameter. These charms can be attached to necklaces, bracelets and drop earrings (as shown in the additional images) and are supplied with a 5mm 9ct gold Jump-ring.
Our silver jewellery is presented in beautiful bespoke pale blue & gold boxes & bags.
Shipping & Returns
UK: FREE shipping for orders over £100. £8.50 shipping fee applies for orders under £100
We will use an alternative courier method to Royal Mail if neccessary because of strike action.
Europe: FREE shipping for orders over £500. £35 shipping fee applies for orders under £500.
Worldwide: FREE shipping for orders over £500. £45 shipping fee applies for orders under £500.
Free or paid shipping prices exclude customs fees & import duty charges, which are the responsibility of the recipient.
In-stock items are dispatched within 1-2 working days.
Where specified, some items are made-to-order and will be dispatched within 3-6 weeks.
When jewellery has been made to specific requirements or is a bespoke commission, we cannot offer refunds unless the item is faulty. Stock items purchased via the website and delivered to a UK address may be returned within 14 days for a refund if unsuitable. All other purchases may be returned for exchange within 28 days.
For full details, view our Shipping & Returns Policy.
Sophie Harley London jewellery is made in London using traditional techniques and skilled craftmanship. Stones are sourced from reputable dealers who adhere to the Kimberley Process, a certification scheme established in 2003 by a United Nations resolution with is a commitment to remove conflict diamonds from the global supply chain.
Gem materials are cut and processed in controlled environments where modern equipment and employment law is enforced, ensuring employees are treated well and fairly. All of the silver and the vast majority of the gold in Sophie Harley’s jewellery is recycled - pioneering an upcycling revolution in the jewellery industry.