Tourmaline Jewellery and its rainbow of colours
The magic of the tourmaline. I fell in love with the tourmaline long ago, its array of colours, from the watermelon to bicolour there simply is nothing quite like it.
Tourmaline, which is one of the two birthstones for October (the other being opal) is available in the widest range of colour options for any gemstone, from watercolour pastels to incredibly vibrant colours. For those born with an October birthday, colours simply are not a issue with literally a rainbow of hues to choice from
With its juicy burst of colour, the aptly named watermelon tourmaline perfectly mimics the rind and flesh of our favourite summer fruit. Here we take a closer look at the origins of the watermelon tourmaline and talk to the designers who have a particular preference for working with this one-of-a-kind gem.
Some like to meditate with a piece of Watermelon Tourmaline placing it directly over your heart space. Close your eyes and allow the healing vibrations from this stone to imbue your aura with each beat of your heart
Watermelon Tourmaline is a type of Tourmaline that has a pink center and green perimeter around the outside, resembling a watermelon and it’s rind. … As the Pink Tourmaline in the centre was forming and thickening, exposure to additional minerals such as manganese and lithium caused the stone to change colour overtime.
Bi Colour Tourmaline
Bi-Colour tourmalines rare variety of Tourmaline, where two or more different distinct colour crystals form together to become one beautiful gem. Fusion of colors is common in the gemstone family.
These colourful stones play from one colour to the next and come in a variety of colours from pastels to vivid, pinks, blues and greens.