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SKU: CJZBLXSL05789-Photo Color-10to10.8mm

Multicolor Tourmaline Bracelet VII (8-10mm)

$229.99 USD $420.00
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Description

Tourmaline has captured the attention of many, drawing them in with its kaleidoscopic range of hues, from fiery crimsons and blush pinks to deep blacks, piercing emerald greens to vivid yellows and blues. This captivating gem is named after the ancient Sinhalese words toramalli, translating to 'mixed stones' or 'multicolored gems'.

A favorite of imperial court carvers from China, for a period in history, most of the tourmaline stones found around the world have been purchased by Chinese buyers. The royal artisans used the stone to create intricate sculptures, jewelry pieces, and figurines that remain coveted treasures today.

We work with a broad range of Tourmaline stones, celebrating and making use of their different colors and hues to create mesmerizing combinations.

 

  

Multicolor Tourmaline Bracelet VII (8-10mm) - AVINCET

Multicolor Tourmaline Bracelet VII (8-10mm)

$229.99 USD $420.00

Tourmaline has captured the attention of many, drawing them in with its kaleidoscopic range of hues, from fiery crimsons and blush pinks to deep blacks, piercing emerald greens to vivid yellows and blues. This captivating gem is named after the ancient Sinhalese words toramalli, translating to 'mixed stones' or 'multicolored gems'.

A favorite of imperial court carvers from China, for a period in history, most of the tourmaline stones found around the world have been purchased by Chinese buyers. The royal artisans used the stone to create intricate sculptures, jewelry pieces, and figurines that remain coveted treasures today.

We work with a broad range of Tourmaline stones, celebrating and making use of their different colors and hues to create mesmerizing combinations.

 

  

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  • 10to10.8mm
  • 8.5to8.9mm
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