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A beautiful sea green tourmaline cocktail ring, set into 18ct fairtrade yellow gold with 4 little pink diamonds on the shoulders.
An absolute show stopper! This ring is a size K 1/2.
A collection of bespoke pieces handmade by Erin.
These pieces are made using unusual and rare gems and are often unrepeatable.
If you have further questions about these pieces, or would like to commission your own piece of bespoke jewellery, please contact the shop.
Hardness 7-7.5 – Gemstones Tourmaline Tourmaline is one of the more scientifically interesting minerals and, as a gemstone, surpasses all others with its range of colour. Tourmaline can occur in any colour and in a greater range than any other gemstone. Parti-coloured stones are also fairly common. The derivation of the name Tourmaline is obscure, but it is generally believed to have originated from the Sinhalese 'turmali,' a name applied by the local jewellers to the Yellow Zircon. The use of this name for Tourmaline was said to have come about due to a parcel of Tourmaline being mistakenly sent under this name to stone dealers in Amsterdam in 1703, and the name may well have stuck. The red to pink colours of Tourmaline are sometimes known as Rubellite. Tourmaline can be found in Brazil, East Africa, the Malagasy Republic, Namibia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, USA and the former USSR.