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Mint Green Paraiba Tourmaline 2 82 ct with certificate

$2,200.00

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Mint Green Paraiba Tourmaline 2.82 ct. with certificate.

This Paraiba Tourmalina is from Mozambique and shows a beautiful and sparkling mint green hue. 

The quality of the cut and finishes are excellent, it has a very good size, neither too big nor too small and it barely has inclusions, it is almost clean eye.

It is a very live gemstone, whose behavior under different types of light is very good. Both under incandescent light and under daylight is impressive.

Surrounded by diamonds will be spectacular in any kind of jewellery, and at an incredible price (certificate included in the price).

WEIGHT : 2.82 ct
SIZE : 9.72 * 7.32 * 6.03 mm
SHAPE : Oval
COLOR : 17. (vstbG) very strongly bluish Green
TONE : 2. Very light
SATURATION : 4. Moderately Strong
CLARITY GRADE : Slight
CUT GRADE : Very Good
TREATMENT : Untreated
HARDNESS : 7 - 8

Tourmaline and Opal are the birthstones for October. In 1952, the Jewelers of America association included the Tourmaline in the list of birthstones, becoming the second birthstone for October

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And we take photos and videos on mirror in a light box with extra lighting (this kind of photos clearly show the quality of the cut and the clarity of the gem). 

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THE QUEEN OF COLOR: TOURMALINE

Tourmaline is the name for a group of related mineral species, with a very complex chemical composition. The name is derived of the word “tourmali”, this word in singhalese was used for colored gems, mostly zircons.

COLOR: The most important

Tourmalines exist in all colors: Multicolored, Bicolor, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Blue-Green, Purple, Violet, Brown, Neon Blue, Colorless, sometimes Asterism, Change Color and Trapiche. ALL.

The most expensive color varieties are Paraiba Tourmaline (vivid green and blue with copper bearing), Rubellite (vivid bright red), Indicolite (blue), Chrome Tourmaline (intense green) and Bicolor. The saturated colors have high demand, in the last years the less saturated colors (soft pink tourmalines) have become popular.

CUT & SIZES

Tourmaline is often cut into rectangular shapes bec