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Tourmaline Rings

  Gorgeous Tourmaline rings utilise one of the ‘birthstones’ of those lucky babes born in the month of October. The ‘two birthstone month’ also includes the magically luminous Opal, prompting some designers to design Tourmaline rings and jewels that combine both gemstones into one creation! Fun! Yet another instance of gemstone jewel designs joining the fashion-forward fun of “mixing things up”. Tourmaline is a rare gemstone, in that it comes in all colours of the rainbow. The birthstone match with October, in part, references the intense bright colours of fall. These colours include the fiery yellow, reds and oranges of the turning leaves; the bright blues of crisp pre-winter skies, the deep blues of the seas, the greens of sea-grasses and all of the other wonderful colours that the season and nature have to offer. Some of the favourite Tourmaline rings at Rocks & Co., include the vivid aqua blues of the AAA Paraiba, the light to deep Emerald greens of Brazilian Tourmaline varieties, and the pop of sugary-sweet pink Tourmaline, like Pink Cuprian Tourmaline. So many gem variety and colour options for your next Tourmaline ring! Price options too. The availability and affordability of larger stones in this gemstone family make Tourmaline PERFECT for the trendy, head-turning cocktail and statement rings.

Tourmaline Jewellery

Tourmaline gemstones are found in Brazil, Pakistan, Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique and other parts of Africa, as well as in California and Maine in the US. Tourmaline jewellery is found with designs ranging from very affordable to AAA fancy. At Rocks & Co., even our high-end options are offered at a great price. The gems colours are so varied and lush that Tourmaline has at times been mistaken for other stones. In the 17th Century, some of the ‘Rubies’ in the Russian Crown Jewels, were later discovered to be Rubellite Tourmaline. Tourmaline jewellery and gemstones have since been well established as their own precious minerals and are quite beloved.

Tourmaline Earrings

Sparkly, gold glitter eyelids are all the rage on social media nowadays. A fun fantasy look, which probably helps cheer the kids up during the gloomy weather of the season. There are many versions available, even at your local drug store. For some longer lasting highlights for the face, you can try on some of the gorgeous, sparkly, and colourful Tourmaline earrings available at Rocks & Co. Tourmaline earrings are known for their incredible colours. The great thing about jewels, as most of us know, is that the pieces can be passed on from one generation to the next. Take a peek at this pair of bright, light green Santa Rosa Tourmaline earrings, set in yellow gold. So bright, so happy!

Pink Tourmaline Rings

Pink Tourmaline rings are “in the pink” right now. Pink Tourmaline is rare. Some legends say the gemstone has been able to help heal broken hearts and clear out old, unwanted emotions. Not only that, they are incredibly lovely to wear! Most everyone looks good in pink and pink makes people happy, especially when matched with gold or sterling silver, and maybe even boosted with some white secondary stones. This rare but affordable gemstone, set in a beautifully made gold or sterling ring setting, makes for a very nice accessory for the little princess inside the hearts of ALL OF US. Fushia AAA Pink Tourmaline and the Brazilian AAA Morro Redondo Pink Tourmaline are some of the beautiful pink gems used in our popular pink Tourmaline rings at Rocks & Co.

Tourmaline Necklace

Fact and fiction show that Tourmaline was known as a very powerful crystal in healing the heart and mind, as well as for creative inspiration. The stones were even collected by poets, including Shakespeare himself. So, find yourself a new Tourmaline necklace or pendant to add to your jewellery collection. It just might help in the heartbreak department, and then you can write that book you have been pondering! Set in gold or sterling silver, a single stone pendant is perfect for wearing every day, even during your nights out with the ladies. Or turn it up a notch and wear a lush multi-stoned drop or link Tourmaline necklace to work and segue easily into the night life. The lovely choices are yours.

Green Tourmaline Rings

Do you want that Emerald Ring fabulousness, but priced realistically for your budget? A nice, fancy, BIG faceted stone set beautifully in a gold or sterling silver setting? Well stop tapping your newly manicured, sage green nails and go ahead and shop in our Tourmaline jewellery department. Green chrome Tourmalines are well, really green and cost a fraction of what an Emerald ring does. Try our Brazilian Santa Rosa Tourmaline rings. These stones are famous for their deep green hues. Most are cut in the Emerald (table cut) style and set in gold or sterling. The green gemstone carries legends as many gemstones do, including the ability to aid in strength and stamina! So, gift a Tourmaline ring from Rocks & Co. to that runner in your life, even if that runner is you!  

Tourmaline Bracelet

The name Tourmaline is derived from the Sinhalese word 'Tur mali' meaning stones of many colours. With tennis bracelets, charm bracelets, drop style bracelets and chain linked bracelets etc., those colour options truly come alive. At Rocks & Co., we have a bevy of gorgeous coloured gemstone bracelet designs which include Tourmaline bracelets, Neptune Topaz bracelets, Russian Apatite bracelets, bracelets with Neon Blue Apatite or Green Diamond, the list goes on. Simply filter 'bracelets' and dive into the treasure trove of colourful gemstone bracelets set in gold and sterling, guaranteed to be nickel free.  
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