Janai Jewellery has some of the finest gemstones available on the market. From Ruby to sapphire, emerald and topaz, Janai can create beautiful, custom-made jewellery from some of the most precious stones in the world. Whether you are looking for a necklace or bracelet, earrings or a unique engagement ring, Janai Jewellery is a name you should remember when it comes to the majesty of alluring gemstones. Tourmaline gemstones, while not often considered when compared to the more recognizable names, can be used in an engagement ring to beautifully compliment the centre stone or be the majestic centre stone, as well as other items of jewellery. Tourmaline has a large range of colours available, with shades of pink and green being the most common. Janai Jewellery offer a wide range of options and designs when it comes to using a tourmaline gemstone, so if you’re thinking that a tourmaline might be for you, Janai can get the ball rolling.
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Tourmaline is a widely popular for its bright pink colour. Not many gemstones have such richness of colour like the beautiful colour of the Tourmaline. Its also available in red, yellow, brown., green, violet and black.
Tourmaline has a hardness of 7-7.5 on the MOHs scale so it is softer than some other gemstones that are available but still hard enough for most jewellery pieces. We have a range of Tourmaline jewellery readily available such as white gold and rose gold rings, with the vibrant Tourmaline surrounded by high quality round brilliant diamond, enhancing the Tourmaline. We also have a range of pendants with or without diamonds, which can compliment any outfit with their vivid colours.
Tourmaline are very popular in pendants and dress rings for those wanting a real stand out piece. It is very well priced compared to similar coloured gemstones such as sapphires, which you can find with the same depth of colour.
One of the great things about Tourmaline is that it fluoresces a range of different colours depending on its crystal growth. When under UV light it can become a range of different colours including red-violet, blue and green.
Tourmaline originated in antiquity in the Mediterainean and gave Tourmaline the name of Turamali.