A rainbow of incomparable colours: some Tourmalines can be seen only once in a lifetime Some varieties are very rare and others less but they all present the characteristics of an excellent gemstone. If you are looking for a colour that other gemstones can’t give you, try the generous tourmaline. It is easy to fall in love with this splendid gemstone: if it happens it will be difficult to be distracted by others!
"her crystal clarity and colour saturation define its quality. For the rarer varieties such as the Paraiba or the chrome tourmaline, please contact an expert"
Paraiba Tourmaline, oval cut, 0.54 ct
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Price: € 378,00
Pink Tourmaline, cushion cut, 6.65 ct
specimen of Pink Tourmaline of excellent quality. The color is intense and very bright thanks to the cushion cut with rich facets. This tourmaline of...
Price: € 845,00
Red Tourmaline, heart cut, 2.28 ct
one of the most difficult cuts to find among tourmalines is the heart cut. This cut enhances the brilliance and tint of the gem. Its...
Price: € 375,00
Green Tourmaline, oval cut, 1.99 ct
The green of this tourmaline is intense and bright and the good quality of the gem also lies in the transparency and purity of its...
Price: € 169,00
Green Tourmaline, cuscion cut, 4.99 ct
the cushion cut gives this beautiful Verdelite Tourmaline gemstone a lot of shine and brilliance and at the same time enhances the different shades of...
Price: € 435,00
Green Tourmaline, drop cut, 3.18 ct
Drop of tourmaline with an intense green and transparent crystal. This shape of the drop can be mounted in the classical verse or with the...
Price: € 265,00
Green Tourmaline, oval cut, 1.54 ct
Very charming bluish green tourmaline. The gem has an intense tint and excellent brilliance thanks to the well-kept oval cut. Its shape makes it suitable...
Price: € 145,00
Orange Tourmaline, cushion cut, 6.71 ct
It is difficult to describe in a few words the very particular color of this beautiful tourmaline with a refined cushion cut: a peach pink...
Price: € 735,00
Orange Tourmaline, oval cut, 8.88 ct
The nuances of color of this magnificent tourmaline are reminiscent of those of the precious Imperial Topaz: a warm and refined orange rose cleared by...
Price: € 939,00
Paraiba Tourmaline, oval cut, 2.39 ct (IGI)
Paraiba tourmaline with an unusual light green color. For this variety we usually expect a more tending blue color but this tourmaline, accompanied by an...
Price: € 1.329,00
Orange Tourmaline, drop cut, 10.16 ct
Over ten carats in weight and a single point of color, which fades from peach pink to a coral orange for this tourmaline with a...
Price: € 1.090,00
Rubellite Tourmaline, octagon cut, 9.78 ct
A unique point of color, between pink, red and a warm orange, lets imagine for this beautiful Rubellite of almost ten carats the creation of...
Price: € 975,00
Green Tourmaline, oval cut, 3.99 ct
Verdelite tourmaline gemstone with a rare light green color. The oval cut is proportionate and very bright thanks to the rich faceting and a transparent...
Price: € 425,00
Red Tourmaline, oval cut, 7.57 ct
This Rubellite specimen has important dimensions, excellent caliber and quality characteristics. The red variety of tourmaline with saturated color and clear crystal is very rare...
Price: € 1.130,00
Paraiba Tourmaline, cushion cut, 4.37 ct (IGI)
State of Brazil located on the northeastern coast of the country, Paraiba is the place where this rare and spectacular variety of tourmaline was first...
Price: € 4.290,00
Pair of red Tourmalines, oval cut, 2.81 ct tot.
For those who love gems from unusual colors, this beautiful pair of Tourmalines is a choice of great personality, thanks to the very particular rose,...
Price: € 265,00
Pair of Paraiba Tourmalines, drop cut, 065 ct tot.
Among the rarest gemstones and today the most sought after by the great jewelery maisons for its unique color, often called “electric”, the Paraiba Tourmaline...
Price: € 465,00
Pair of Red Tourmalines, oval cut, 2.23 ct tot.
A beautiful and deep cherry red on an oval from dimensions suitable for any realization for this pair of Red Tourmalines coming from the Brazilian mines....
Price: € 235,00
Paraiba Tourmaline, drop cut, 0.51 ct
An extremely rare variety of Tourmaline which takes its name from the region of Brazil where it was discovered, Paraiba is extremely sought after and...
Price: € 345,00
Rainbow Tourmaline, octagonal cut, 12.14 ct
Legend has it that the Tourmaline traveling along the rainbow brought with it all the colors, as it is one of the few species that...
Price: € 989,00
It is believed that the name derives from the Ceylonese word “turmali” which means mixed. Tourmaline, more than any other mineral species, can by nature present itself in a multitude of colours and different shades. In the past, many tourmalines were confused with other gemstones due to this feature; in fact, up to the seventeenth century tourmalines were the so-called “rubies” of the Russian crown. Various species of Tourmaline are identified by the colour and their value varies according to the quality of the gemstone and of its rarity. Here are some examples .
Indicolite: it owes its blue to blue-black colour to the iron or copper ions. In both cases it can have hues tending towards green due to the effect of manganese. The finest specimens are bright blue.
Rubellite: together with indicolite it is the most precious variety and its colour varies from red to pink. even if less precious, it is compared to the much more expensive ruby and it is a valid alternative to the red spinel.
Verdelite: it is the green tourmaline, with shades varying from yellow-green to blue-green.
Dravites: they are brown coloured tourmalines. It is hard to find a quality dravite but rare brown specimens are considered particularly valuable for their unique colour.
Chrome-tourmaline: it is a green tourmaline whose tint is very intense due to chromium and vanadium ions in its crystal lattice. For this reason it is considered different from verdelite and is much rarer and more expensive because of its quality and beauty.
Paraiba: This very rare variety, generally associated with indicolite, assumes a very particular bright blue-green colour due to the presence of copper in its crystal lattice. The first and most valuable specimens were recently discovered in the Brazilian mines of Paraiba from which the name originates. The name remains the same even though tourmalines with the same characteristics have been discovered recently in Nigeria and Mozambique. Market value of this rare tourmaline is still much higher than other species and reaches prices of thousands of euro per carat.
Clarity and price per carat
Clarity of tourmaline depends on colour and rarity. Pink-red colour of the rubellite generally has more inclusions than he indicolite variety. Small inclusions are acceptable for other varieties such as Paraiba given the lack of mining of this mineral. Most common varieties price per carat remains more or less constant while it increases for chromo-tourmaline and Paraiba gemstones over one carat.