Tourmaline is one of the most fascinating gems in the history of gemstones, including colors from black to vivid green and exhibiting unusual color features. The gem was named tourmaline that comes from the Sinhalese words “turamali” further means ‘stones with mixed colors’. It was first found on the Isle of Elba.
The word ‘rainbow’ is used to better describe tourmaline. In reality, its diversity in color is not limited to the seven colors of the rainbow. It can be in any color, hue or tone or may be colorless. What makes these gems so wonderfully attractive is their glow. Literally, the finest seem to actually glow, even in low lighting conditions. This has given rise to describing especially the greens and blues as “electric” or “neon.”
This exquisite ring features a cuprian (“copper-bearing”) gemstone from Mozambique and presents a vivid intensity of medium bluish green in a rectangular cushion-cut shape. The 12-carat gem is surrounded by round brilliant diamonds and crafted in precious platinum.
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diamond; total wt: 0.91 carats
tourmaline; cushion; total wt: 12.76 carats