If you know that your favorite jewelry brand is the brainchild of a trained and professional gemologist, you would love the brand even more. This is the case of Pomegranate Singapore, a London-based jewelry brand found by gemologist, Katie Bulatovic. To find out more about the brand and its beautiful gemstones and jewelries, read the article down below.

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A Jewelry Guide with Pomegranate Singapore

This London-based jewelry founded in 2008 utilizes special gemstones in their jewelries thanks to the expertise of its gemologist founder. Each and every one of the jewelry pieces includes one or more gemstones. Despite its quality, the price point for Pomegranate jewelry is still considered affordable for a jewelry brand.

Pomegranate Gemstone Guide

Pomegranate Singapore uses a variety of semi-precious gems but the following are the gemstones included in some of the brand’s best-selling jewelry. Below are a few gemstones used in the making of Pomegranate’s best-selling jewelries.




Amethyst is a version Quartz, with a distinctive violet color quite different than the white mineral. The ancient Greek believed amethyst to possess powers that can protect its wearer from drunkenness. Amethyst is the birthstone for February.


Chalcedony is another form of Quartz made of silica, quartz, and moganite. It has a waxy luster, commonly seen as white, grey, and pale brown to almost black. Chalcedony was mentioned in the Bible and the name is believed to derive from the town Chalcedon in modern Turkey.


This January birthstone has a variety of color like green, red, yellow, and orange. However, red is the most well-known garnet color. The term garnet actually refers to a group of silicate minerals. People from ancient Rome to Anglo-Saxon England utilizes garnet to decorate their jewelries back in the day.


Moonstone is a version of feldspar and its name was inspired by its moonlight-like sheen. The use of moonstone in jewelry dates all the way back to ancient Rome and Greek. This gemstone has a variety of colors like blue, grey, pink, white, peach, brown, green, and colorless.


Yet another version of Quartz and Beryl, the Morganite is also known as the rose beryl, pink emerald, or cesian beryl due to its light pink and rose colors. It is composed of Beryl’s mineral composition like the beryllium alumunium cyclosilicate. However, Morganite possess a Mn2+ ions that gives the gem its pinkish hue.


The regular Quartz is a mineral made up of silicon and oxygen. It is the second most abundant mineral source on the planet after feldspar. There are many variations of the Quartz including Amethyst, Citrine, Prasiolite, and Ametrine.


Sillimanite was named after a chemist, Benjamin Silliman and its characteristics were first described in 1824. For the brand’s case, this gem with a silky luster and transparent to translucent diaphaneity is used and dyed red to imitate ruby, calling it “faux ruby”.


Tourmaline is composed of aluminum, magnesium, sodium, lithium, potassium, and iron. Tourmaline was first found in Sri Lanka and was brought by the Dutch East India Company into Europe. There are three main varieties of Tourmaline and they are the schrol, dravite, and elbaite.


Although not a mineral, pearl is as valuable as other gemstones. Normally, one would find pearls within the soft tissue or mantle of a living shelled mollusk, mussels, oysters, or clams. The luster of the pearl depends on the reflection, refraction, and diffraction of the light. The more the layers, the finer the luster.


This brittle mineral is categorized into the silicate mineral group, containing calcium and aluminum in its main composition. It’s often colorless but yellow gray, or yellow-green is also common for Prehnite. It has a vitreous and pearly luster and is semi-transparent to translucent.

Pomegranate Best-Selling Jewelry

Here are the top six items on the Pomegranate Singapore’s best-seller list. All of them include one of more gemstones with a mixture of rose gold, silver, or gold bands.

  • Pomegranate Necklace “Candy Chain” – made with gold plated sterling silver, aqua chalcedony, lemon quartz, rose quartz, and prehnite.
  • Pomegranate Earrings “Aisha Drop” – has gold plated sterling silver, green amethyst, and multicolored tourmalines.
  • Pomegranate Earrings “Cupcake” – features gold plated sterling silver and pearl. It’s also available in studs with aqua chalcedony.
  • Pomegranate Earrings “Hera Drop” – materials include gold plated sterling silver and grey diamond slice asymmetric in shape.
  • Pomegranate Bracelet “Rainbow Charm” – has gold plated sterling silver, garnet, moonstone, peridot, chalcedony, amethyst, and lemon quartz.
  • Pomegranate Earrings “Sofia Pear Drop” – made with gold plated sterling silver set with green amethyst and lemon quartz.
  • Pomegranate Ring “Square Cupcake” – features gold plated sterling silver and aqua chalcedony.
  • Pomegranate Necklace “Sweetie Shorter Station” – materials include sterling silver and multicolored tourmaline.
  • Pomegranate Bracelet “Sweetie Station” – features gold plated sterling silver and multicolored tourmaline.

Looking for gift ideas? Consider Pomegranate birthstone jewelry that are embellished with various birthstones like garnet and amethysts. Your friends and family won’t be the only ones impressed with Pomegranate jewelry; your wallet will, too.