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Garnets, typically a deep cranberry red color, commonly form in metamorphic rocks deep in the Earth's crust where high temperature and pressure create crystals in the rocks. They can also form where magma intrusions contact metamorphic rocks. They can even form in some igneous rocks.
Sodalite is known for its royal blue color broken up by veins or patches of white. Sodalite is also found in igneous rocks, where it fills in cracks in the igneous rock.
The beads are 8mm in diameter and strung on an elastic cord; so, one size fits most wrists.