For most people, when they hear the term ‘garnet’ they think red. This has been the traditional colour of Garnets throughout history. However Garnets ae composed of a closely related set of minerals that allow garnets to be found in almost any colour. Garnets have an abundant colour pallet and can be found in; oranges, reds, pinks, greens, deep purplish reds and in more rare cases even blue. Garnets are formed in metamorphic rock in the earth’s surface; these rocks have been exposed to natural heat and pressure and therefore create the ideal co conditions for garnets to form.