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Lovely, Handcrafted, One of a kind, Untreated, Rubellite Raspberry Pink Tourmaline & Diamond Ring.The large center stone measures 11 x 9mm, 3.50cwt. It has a fancy checkboard cut for added brilliance, and is VVS in quality, excellent cut & clarity. The 14K White Gold mounting contains .30 cwt of round natural white diamonds, both down the shank & on the crown of the ring. Diamonds are VS -SI in quality. This ring would be great for an Engagment ring or right hand ring. Ring can be sized up or down & is a size 6.75.
Tourmaline is the birthstone for October.
Tourmaline is classified as a semi-precious stone and the gem comes in a wide variety of colors. It is a complex borosilicate mineral with varying amounts of aluminum, iron, magnesium, sodium, lithium, potassium, and sometimes other elements, used as a gem. It occurs in prismatic crystals, commonly three-sided, six-sided, or nine-sided, and striated vertically. Different crystal forms are usually present at opposite ends of the vertical axis. The luster is vitreous. Colors are red and pink (rubellite), blue (indicolite, or Brazilian sapphire), green (Brazilian emerald), yellow, violet-red, and black (schorl). Colorless varieties are called achroite. Two or more colors may occur in the same stone, the colors being arranged in zones or bands with sharp boundaries between them. Some Brazilian stones have a red core with a green exterior, separated by a colorless band; some stones from California are green within and red outside. The variations in color are, of course, dependent on the variations in chemical composition. Tourmalines are found in pegmatite veins in granites, gneisses, schists, and crystalline limestone. Sources of the gem include Elba, Madagascar, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, the Urals, Siberia, Brazil, and Maine, Connecticut, and California in the United States.