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Tourmaline is a gemstone noted for the large and unsurpassed range of colors in which it occurs. It is a tough stone hard enough to be used for a pendant or a ring. Tourmaline is the family name which includes the following varieties: chrome (green), indicolite (blue), and rubellite (red). Yellow and green tourmalines are simply called tourmaline with the color as a prefix.  Important deposits of tourmaline are in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Russia, Myanmar (Burma), Sri Lanka (Ceylon), and the United States (California and Maine). Several African countries have recently become big producers of gem quality  tourmaline, specifically Madagascar, Namibia, Mozambique, Tanzania, Nigeria, and Malawi.

Paraiba Tourmaline - R6776A3

Paraiba Tourmaline 0.82 ct ⬩ Diamond 0.21 ct ⬩ 18K White Gold

Rubellite - R6199A3

Rubellite 1.82 ct ⬩ Diamond 0.60 ct ⬩ 18K Rose Gold

Bi-color Tourmaline - R6066A3

Bi-color Tourmaline 3,54 ct ⬩ Diamond 0.20 ct ⬩ 18K Yellow Gold

Golden Tourmaline - R6066A3

Golden Tourmaline 1.90 ct ⬩ Diamond 0.21 ct ⬩ 18K Yellow Gold

Bi-color Tourmaline - R4824A

Bi-color Tourmaline 5.62 ct ⬩ Diamond 0.29 ct ⬩ 18K Yellow Gold

Pink Tourmaline - R5453A4

Pink Tourmaline 1.30 ct ⬩ Diamond 0.33 ct ⬩ 18K Rose Gold

Bi-color Tourmaline - R2563A

Bi-color Tourmaline 3.75 ct ⬩ Diamond 0.16 ct ⬩ 18K Yellow Gold

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