Tourmaline Jewelry welcome you to our unique store with one of the world most beautiful gemstone name as tourmaline. A rare and unique collection of eye catching and brilliant work of silver jewelry with tourmaline. Tourmaline comes in so many color but the best color is pink and Red Shade. It is also called as Rubillite.
Tourmaline Jewelry looks Fantastic and Best in any outfit and occasion. We bring you the latest collection of tourmaline in 925 sterling silver. You can see High quality Silver tourmaline ring to Tourmaline pendant. We offer unique and stylish tourmaline jewelry in various possible style. Tourmaline is Birthstone of October. It comes is every color imaginable. Tourmaline Jewelry unique and Beautiful. Tourmaline comes in pink Red Green and Blue shade. Tourmaline is best gemstone for love and commitment to your partner.
We offer a Vast collection tourmaline jewelry in this we offer Tourmaline rings, tourmaline earring, tourmaline pendant, tourmaline necklace and tourmaline bracelet and tourmaline bangle. Our Each Tourmaline Jewellery is unique and rare. You can also custom make your order of tourmaline jewellery. We welcome wholesale order of tourmaline silver jewellery. Each pc is a master pc of art and craft of making jewelry. in cabochon gemstone tourmaline looks like a rainbow effect.
Tourmaline rings are Timeless and unique as well as rare and a sort of investment to pass on to your next generation. Tourmaline rings are always in fashion and current trends. It also look nice when combine with Diamond. It will be perfect as engagement ting or wedding ring. Tourmaline jewelry will be perfect gift for her.
The Major Source of Tourmaline gemstone is Africa and South Africa but also found in other part of world. Tourmaline also known as Gemstone of Rainbow as it is possible to found all the color and shades. Usually it is called tourmaline but there are variety in under of it named as Buergerite , Chromdravite , Dravite, Elbaite , (rubellite, indicolite, verdelite, achroite) Feruvite, Foitite, Hydroxy-feruvite, Liddicoatite , Magnesiofoitite , Olenite , Povondraite, Rossmanite, Schorl, Uvite , Vanadiumdravite Paraiba Tourmiline.
Tourmaline often occurs in long thin needles included inside Quartz. Such material is known as Tourmalinated Quartz. The name apparently comes from the Sinhalese word "Turamali" which was given to mixtures of unidentified gem gravels in Sri Lanka. Tourmaline is a crystal silicate mineral compounded with elements such as aluminum, iron, magnesium, sodium, lithium, or potassium. Tourmaline Gemstone also known as Friendship stone. Tourmaline rates 7 to 7 1/2 on the Mohs scale of hardness.
Some tourmaline also change color in light. Bi-colored tourmalines exhibit two colors. There are also tri-colored tourmaline gemstone with three color. Watermelon tourmaline is best example of multi color tourmaline. Aluminum boron silicate is the primary base of tourmaline. It has a hardness of 7.5. Tourmaline Gemstone is First discovered in Early 1700 . Tourmaline is a complex silicate that contains boron. Is made in high temperature and high pressure. Some time heat is given to achieve desire color in tourmaline.
Tourmaline can be found in these regions Northeast Afghanistan, Tanzania, Sri Lanka, Greenland, Bolivia, Mozambique, Nigeria, Burma, Russia, India, Southeast Brazil, central Madagascar, Italy, California and Maine. Tourmalines are also found in the USA, mainly in California and Maine. It is one of the most popular gemstone for collector and jeweler. There is a special variety of tourmaline that shows a pink/red interior, and is surrounded by a green exterior "rind". It is called "watermelon" tourmaline. To care about tourmaline do not use them in ultrasonic cleaner. And avoid direct contact of tourmaline from perfume and other chemical.
Gifting Tourmaline jewelry is great. You can gift silver tourmaline earring or tourmaline silver bangle or bracelet to adorn her wrist with this unique and rare gemstone. We thank you to visit our website dedicated to rare and unique beautiful gemstone tourmaline jewelry.
Red Tourmaline (Rubellite) Gemstone meaning
Red Tourmaline or Rubellite, rekindles one's passion for life!
It vibrates a deep resonance with the heart chakra, going deeper than other heart stones. It has the potential to open you to love on many levels.
Rubellite makes an excellent gift to one's love partner because it fans the flames of passion. It also stimulates courage and inspiration to protect those that you love.
Helps one overcome fears about abundance, survival or safety
Balances the base and heart chakras
Provides a connection with true abundance
Aids in finding your inner courage and strength
Combining rubellite with other stones
To intensify the love energies of rubellite, use it with rose quartz, kunzite or rhodonite. For help with healing the physical heart, use rubellite with green tourmaline. To heal emotional wounds, combine rubellite with rhodochrosite.
Healing properties of Red Tourmaline - Rubellite
Rubellite helps balance the brain by keeping your emotions under your own control. It soothes the nervous system, helps to heal hysteria, depression and obsessive behaviour.
Tourmalines are an important mineral group that can be found in a variety of colors - black or schorl tourmaline, shades of red, pink, green, blue and what is known as watermelon tourmaline, which is a crystal with green on the outside and pink in the middle. The green tourmaline brings success.
The rubellite is a particularly beautiful gemstone from the colourful family of the tourmalines. Its colour shines in the most beautiful nuances from red to shocking pink.
Tourmalines are closely related gemstones which have been created by Nature in many different colours. In the trade, as a rule, it is not the case that each individual variety has its own name. Instead, the name tourmaline is used and the colour simply added, hence red, green, blue or yellow tourmaline. The exception, however, proves the rule. This also applies to the tourmaline and, in particular, to red and pink specimens.
There are red and pink tourmalines in many nuances, which include a tender pink, a fine shocking pink, an intense violet and a bold ruby-red. However, only a few of these are entitled to call themselves 'rubellites'. The name comes from the Latin 'rubellus', which means reddish. Rubellites are not merely red or shocking pink tourmalines. There is an important criterion for this especially beautiful gemstone, and that is the way its colour behaves in daylight and artificial light. Many gemstones change their colour depending on the light source. A true rubellite does not. It shines just as intensely in artificial light as it does in daylight. The colour of most other pink or red tourmalines, by contrast, displays a more or less clearly visible tinge of brown in artificial light.
The treasure inside
Whilst coloured gemstones in good qualities should as a rule be as free of inclusions as possible, they are looked upon with some favour in the case of the rubellite: indeed it is inclusions that render this stone really interesting from the point of view of the connoisseur. Having said that, they should be subtle, and they must not upset the way in which the light passes through this magnificent gemstone, for that could make it look cloudy or milky. Nevertheless, a rubellite with only a few fine inclusions is of course more valuable than one with inclusions which are clearly visible.
Rubellites are cut in the most various ways, though the cutter must take account of the varying intensity of the colour. Rubellites are mainly found in Brazil, Madagascar, Mozambique, Nigeria and Pakistan. Some beautiful shocking pink rubellites come from a gemstone mine in the USA.
The colour of this gemstone is pure seduction. Its components are red, shocking pink and violet - the typical colour realm of desire and joie de vivre. In the fascinating world of the gemstones, there is hardly any other stone which has such a persuasive erotic aura. The colour range of the rubellite comprises tender shocking pink as well as ambivalent violet. It takes these two components to get the best out of that seductive red. Fortunately, Nature has created the rubellite in many colour nuances, so that every woman can select the right rubellite for her type. All she has to do is find it - and that may not be quite so easy. And certainly not if she happens to be looking for two or more stones of the same colour. However, a woman who is truly aware of the extravagance and beauty of the rubellite will derive a great deal of pleasure from it.
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