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Garnet Gazelle is an online auction site that specializes in jewelry and gemstone liquidation. At Garnet Gazelle you can expect to find high quality gold and sterling silver jewelry products at auction every week in addition to gemstones, loose and set in jewelry including but not limited to: Emerald, Ruby, Sapphire, Tanzanite, Quartz, Citrine, Amethyst, Aquamarine, Topaz, Alexandrite, Ametrine, Malachite, Opal, Turquoise, Peridot, Diamonds, and of course, Garnets!

Our goal at Garnet Gazelle is to provide high quality Jewelry and Gemstones to you the consumer at prices that you can afford. We provide the opportunity to acquire any of the items up for auction any particular week.

Our auctions provide pre-bidding so that busy people still have an opportunity to bid without sitting through the ‘live’ catalog.

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Pre-bidding allows a bid to be put in before auction time, in fact the computer will even bid for you if you tell it your maximum bid (the most you are willing to pay).

The live catalog becomes available right before the auction is scheduled to end, there are two benefits to the live catalog, one is the timer will display each lot (item)’s remaining time to the very last second until closing, whereas the pre-bidding catalog does not have an active timer. In short, the live catalog keeps you from having to refresh the catalog webpage manually. The second benefit to using the live catalog, in other words, the benefit to attending the live catalog / live auction closing, is that bids will soft close. Soft closing means that items will extend closing time, typically by two minutes, if they receive a bid within the last two minutes of their closing. This is a benefit because it gives you more chances to bid the item back from the winning bidder. This method ensures that you will never have an item grabbed from you at the last second, an infamous “bid sniping” technique.

Whether you choose to pre-bid or attend our live closing, we look forward to having you as a customer.

Auction provides opportunities for you to get amazing jewelry and gemstones at well below Manufacturers Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) whether for yourself or for gifts for your friends and loved ones. It’s free to register and bid, you might just win that beautiful piece for much less than what you might normally expect.

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An actual example: This 10kt Gold Amethyst & Diamond Ring, had been selling for $679.99 at a jewelry store, but we were able to sell it to Rebecca R. for only $130, over 80% off MSRP

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Once our auction event is closed and finalized, we work to have the items packaged and shipped within 1 business day. Garnet Gazelle aims to provide you with the fastest and most effective service possible.

Attending auctions online allows you to have a comfortable and convenient shopping experience with access to hundreds of unique and beautiful items that we present to you, at your fingertips, every week. It truly does not get any better than this!

Garnet Gazelle is more than just an online auction, we are an experience.
Come join us for our next auction and try for yourself!

New to jewelry or gemstones? Just not sure what to bid on? Start with your birthstone:

January: Garnet
  • Colors: Red but also available in green, orange, yellow, purple, pink and black.
  • Believed to bring good health and happiness.
  • Pharaohs would include it in many of their necklaces, and was utilized in signets routinely within the Roman empire.
February: Amethyst
  • Colors: Purple but can lean towards reddish spectrum, also available in green.
  • Believed to be a symbol of personal empowerment and strength.
  • Used for 6th wedding anniversary presents.
March: Aquamarine
  • Colors: Light blue, available in other colors that are like the sea, ranging from deep green-blue to a light greenish-blue hue.
  • Believed to calm the waves and keep sailors safe. Also believed to provide happiness within marriage.
  • Used as a 19th Wedding Anniversary Gift.
April: Diamond
  • Colors: White, but also black, brown, yellow, and sometimes “fancy” (naturally or synthetically tinted to other colors).
  • It is believed to have healing powers and that it can be used as an antidote for poison or plagues.
  • Utilized as a gift for both 60th and 75th wedding anniversaries.
May: Emerald
  • Colors: Green but if not pure beryl it can be tinted toward yellow or blue.
  • It is believed to make the wearer more intelligent as well as being more quick witted.
  • Utilized as a gift for 20th and 35th Wedding anniversary.
June: Pearl
  • Colors: White but can be grey, peachy, or black depending on its origin.
  • Originates from oceans, lakes and rivers as it is formed by molluscs.
  • Generally given as a gift for a wedding as it has long been associated with purity, humility and innocence.
July: Ruby
  • Colors: Red, establishing name from Latin word ‘Ruber’, meaning red.
  • Indians named it the ‘King of precious stones’ for its rarity and hardness that is second only to diamond.
  • Given as gifts for the 15th and 40th wedding anniversary.
August: Peridot
  • Colors: Yellow-Green, a very interesting gemstone that is found on a spectrum between yellow and green.
  • Has been used as a protective talisman from evil spirits and “terrors of the night”.
  • Used as a gift for a 16th wedding anniversary.
August: Peridot
  • Colors: Yellow-Green, a very interesting gemstone that is found on a spectrum between yellow and green.
  • Has been used as a protective talisman from evil spirits and “terrors of the night”.
  • Used as a gift for a 16th wedding anniversary.
September: Sapphire
  • Colors: Blue usually, but can be found in white or multiple other colors as well.
  • Commonly associated with royalty and romance.
  • Greeks saw Sapphires as a symbol for sincerity, truth and faithfulness.
October: Opal
  • Colors: iridescent rainbow, opals magnificently display a variety of colors of the rainbow often in a moving pattern.
  • Believed to come from the Sanskrit word ‘upala’, or the Roman ‘Opalus’. Sometimes given as a 14th wedding anniversary gift.
  • Commonly noted as a symbol of purity, hope and truth.
November: Topaz
  • Colors: Found in any variety of colors.
  • Generally provides a calming energy while also providing fortune and warmth.
  • Blue is used for the 4th wedding anniversary and Imperial is for 23rd wedding anniversary.
December: Turquoise
  • Colors: Typically light blue but ranges to green.
  • The Apache believed if it was attached to a bow or firearm, it could help provide greater accuracy.
  • Used for an 11th anniversary gift.
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