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The watermelon tourmaline gemstone is a special stone that is mined in the mountains of Western Maine. This gemstone gets its name because of the amazing bi-color pink and green tones that resemble a slice of watermelon.

The gemstone is beautifully set in a prong setting in 14K white gold with a white gold band.

This beautiful ring is a special piece designed and hand crafted by Lynda from family owned business Harvest Gold Jewelry located on Kezar Lake, in the mountains and lakes region of Western Maine.

Please indicate your ring size in your purchase.

We love working with our customers on personalized jewelry! In the past we have made matching rings for the bride and groom, as well as recycled heirloom family jewelry to give it new life and an added sentimental value to the updated custom piece.

When we are not busy working away in our studio, we gather inspiration and get recharged out in the beautiful Maine landscape that surrounds our home. We snow shoe and ski in the winter and run down the hill to the lake for dips in the summer. We also love traveling around the country to visit our two children, picking up treasures along the way to display and sell in our Gallery in Center Lovell, Maine.

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A Small Slice of Heaven, Ladies Watermelon Tourmaline 14k Gold Ring, Handmade in Maine


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  • Handmade item
  • Occasion: Wedding
  • Materials: 14k Recycled White Gold, Maine Watermelon Tourmaline
  • Only ships within United States.
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