Israel Pink Tourmaline Modernist Abstract Bypass Open Shank Sterling Silver Ring - Size 6

$ 34.95

Metal: Silver                                                
Metal Purity: .925
Hallmark: 925
Size: 6
Width ( inches / mm ): 0.8 / 20.3
Weight ( gram ): 9.1
Condition: Vintage

 

 Tourmaline is a versatile gem that comes in a myriad of hues. Its name comes from the Singhalese word "tourmali," meaning "mixed," which aptly describes the gemstone's unique and beautiful variety. Its many colors make Tourmaline a popular gem for use in jewelry, giving consumers a wide range of options. Tourmaline is one of the birthstones for those born in the month of October and shows well in a wide range of jewelry choices, such as tourmaline rings and tourmaline earrings. Tourmaline is the perfect way to add the look of gemstone jewelry to any outfit. Let us help you select tourmaline jewelry for your wardrobe.

 

Pink tourmaline symbolizes the virtues of unconditional love and true friendship. For this reason, pink tourmaline is gaining popularity as an alternative to diamonds in engagement rings. Wearing pink tourmaline is thought to promote love, friendship, kindness, sympathy towards others and tolerance. According to an ancient Egyptian legend, tourmaline acquired its color while it journeyed from the sun to earth along a rainbow.

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Pink tourmaline symbolizes the virtues of unconditional love and true friendship. For this reason, pink tourmaline is gaining popularity as an alternative to diamonds in engagement rings. Wearing pink tourmaline is thought to promote love, friendship, kindness, sympathy towards others and tolerance. According to an ancient Egyptian legend, tourmaline acquired its color while it journeyed from the sun to earth along a rainbow.

Read more : http://www.ehow.com/about_6667869_meaning-pink-tourmaline_.html
The tourmaline gemstone is one of the most colorful gems on Earth. Tourmaline is a highly valuable gemstone in the jewelry marketplace since it is the birthstone of October, the 8th wedding anniversary gemstone and the official gem of the Zodiac sign "Leo." The name "tourmaline" comes from Sinhalese (Sri Lanka) and translates into English as "stone of mixed colors." Tourmaline is also well known in folklore for medicinal purposes as well as chemical properties. In 1912, tourmaline was officially registered in the American Association of Jewelers

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The tourmaline gemstone is one of the most colorful gems on Earth. Tourmaline is a highly valuable gemstone in the jewelry marketplace since it is the birthstone of October, the 8th wedding anniversary gemstone and the official gem of the Zodiac sign "Leo." The name "tourmaline" comes from Sinhalese (Sri Lanka) and translates into English as "stone of mixed colors." Tourmaline is also well known in folklore for medicinal purposes as well as chemical properties. In 1912, tourmaline was officially registered in the American Association of Jewelers

Read more : http://www.ehow.com/about_6375364_interesting-tourmaline.html
The tourmaline gemstone is one of the most colorful gems on Earth. Tourmaline is a highly valuable gemstone in the jewelry marketplace since it is the birthstone of October, the 8th wedding anniversary gemstone and the official gem of the Zodiac sign "Leo." The name "tourmaline" comes from Sinhalese (Sri Lanka) and translates into English as "stone of mixed colors." Tourmaline is also well known in folklore for medicinal purposes as well as chemical properties. In 1912, tourmaline was officially registered in the American Association of Jewelers

Read more : http://www.ehow.com/about_6375364_interesting-tourmaline.html
The tourmaline gemstone is one of the most colorful gems on Earth. Tourmaline is a highly valuable gemstone in the jewelry marketplace since it is the birthstone of October, the 8th wedding anniversary gemstone and the official gem of the Zodiac sign "Leo." The name "tourmaline" comes from Sinhalese (Sri Lanka) and translates into English as "stone of mixed colors." Tourmaline is also well known in folklore for medicinal purposes as well as chemical properties. In 1912, tourmaline was officially registered in the American Association of Jewelers

Read more : http://www.ehow.com/about_6375364_interesting-tourmaline.html

PLEASE BE ADVISED:

  • We sell vintage pre-owned and antique items (except for those described as new) which will often show signs of wear, dents, scratches, oxidation, broken stones, etc. Please note that the item in the photographs may be larger or smaller in actuality. The photographs do not represent true size. Please check the description for physical dimensions and email us with any questions.

  • We are not gemologists, and due to the high quality of laboratory made stones we take no responsibility if the stone appears not to be genuine. We try our best to accurately describe the stones in our jewelry items.

  • In order for you to see the real age of presented item we do not perform any type of cleaning or polishing. If its tarnished that's exactly the way you will receive it.

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