Tourmaline Pink Oval Facet 6.2×5.5mm 1.1ct
Tourmaline Pink Oval Facet 6.2x5mm 1.1ct
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Sources of Tourmaline are Afghanistan, Pakistan, Russia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, and the USA. However, several African countries have recently become big producers of gem Tourmaline, including Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria and Tanzania.
Tourmaline can be found in a wide range of colours from colourless (the rarest and least valuable) all the way through to black (the most common). The majority of Tourmaline gemstones display two or more colours or two tones of the same colour.
Canary Tourmaline is a bright yellow Tourmaline from Malawi.
Chrome Tourmaline has a deep green colour.
Dravite is a brown Tourmaline.
Elbaite is a mineral group within the Tourmaline group and gemstones in this group are most green and multicoloured.
Indicolite is a light to dark blue variety of Tourmaline.
Paraiba Tourmaline is a popular, neon blue variety of Tourmaline.
Rubellite is pink to red Tourmaline.
Schorl is the black variety of Tourmaline.
Siberite is the name occasionally used to describe purple Tourmaline.
Verdelite is a term for green Tourmaline.
Watermelon Tourmaline is a multi-coloured Tourmaline featuring shades of pink-red at one end and green at the other.
Tourmaline Mohs hardness 7-7.5
Tourmaline is not a designated Birthstone.
Tourmaline is the 8th Wedding Anniversary gemstone and Pink Tourmaline is an alternative 5th Wedding Anniversary gemstone.
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