- Cats Eye Pirineu Tourmaline (1)
- Chrome Tourmaline (20)
- Cuprian Tourmaline (13)
- Fancy Tourmaline (29)
- Imperial Chrome Tourmaline (2)
- Morro Redondo Pink Tourmaline (1)
- Namibian Green Tourmaline (1)
- Nigerian Pink Tourmaline (8)
- Nigerian Rubellite (4)
- Olive Tourmaline (1)
- Paraiba Tourmaline (20)
- Pink Cuprian Tourmaline (22)
- Pink Tourmaline (33)
- Sapo Green Blue Tourmaline (3)
- Sapo Pink Tourmaline (1)
- Sapo Red Tourmaline (10)
Tourmaline Jewelry – The Gem World’s True Chameleon
It is only fitting that October’s birthstone is the beautiful Tourmaline because, like the array of colors of the leaves in autumn, Tourmaline also has a bounteous palette of hues -- even though this other natural wonder comes with a little more sparkle. There are nearly twenty different varieties of Tourmaline found at Juwelo so, when you are looking for genuine Tourmaline Jewelry that is not created in a lab, look no further than Juwelo.com because we are the place to find elegant and affordable Tourmaline Rings, Tourmaline Earrings, Tourmaline Pendants and more.
Explore the world of Tourmaline Jewelry
Juwelo is just crazy about gemstones. That is why when you look at our selection of Tourmaline Jewelry, you will find so many different colors and varieties. For those unfamiliar with the stone and even our more experienced gemstone buyers can find the collection overwhelming so let’s take a moment to explain some of the varieties to you.
One of the most sought after and stunning varieties of Tourmaline is the majestic Paraiba Tourmaline. Available in a range of hues from a Caribbean Sea-like blue to Emerald greens, Paraiba Tourmaline is a highly sought-after gemstone and large stones are very rare and extremely expensive.
Chrome Tourmaline is famous for its deep green color and is found in a land rich in minerals, Tanzania. Often compared with Emerald Jewelry and Tsavorite Jewelry, Chrome Tourmaline is an untreated gem that is visually pure but with slightly yellow and blue hues. The yellow will be more visible under natural light conditions and you should see the blue under incandescent light.
Another popular variety of green Tourmaline is Santa Rosa Tourmaline. This is named after the mine in Brazil whose green hues also resemble Emerald. In fact, in the 16th century, a discovery of green Tourmaline was actually mistaken for Emerald.
At Juwelo, you will also find three different Sapo Tourmalines: Sapo Red, Sapo Pink and Sapo Green Blue Tourmaline. These are also named after a mine in Brazil; the famous Sapo Mine in Eastern Brazil. The origin of a gemstone is always important information for gemstone aficionados because colors will differ from mine to mine and region to region. While some dealers and collectors might favor a particular variety, you should be your own judge when deciding your favorite variety and you can even choose your favorite mine.
When you see Rubelite Jewelry, you might be confused by its name and appearance to Ruby Jewelry but Rubelite is actually a variety of Tourmaline. From pinks to reds and even purple, Rubelite Tourmaline is always a real eye-catcher and the stone is even rarer than Ruby.
Tourmaline is a chameleon in the world of gemstones and wins the prize for being the most colorful of all gemstones. Its amazing range of shades comes about when Tourmaline is compounded with specific elements in nature, crystallizing in an array of colors. The rarest of colors for Tourmaline is actually no color at all – colorless Tourmaline.
Just remember, if you ever have a question about our gemstones, just drop us an email. We love to hear from you and take pleasure in sharing our knowledge of the gemstones we use in our gemstone jewelry.