Birthstone 10 - October Tourmaline, Gemstone Jewelry

Quick Facts about Pink Tourmaline Gemstone Jewelry

When scrolling through the endless list of jewelry items, you must have seen the word ‘pink tourmaline’ among the other types of gems. If you want to know what the pink tourmaline is and the essential features that make it so unique, you are in the right place. Keep on reading to learn more about the pink tourmaline.

Origin of Pink Tourmaline

The tourmaline gem, one of the October birthstones, was first discovered by miners in Brazil during the 1800s. At that time, it was often confused with other gems like sapphire and rubies. After a lot of confusion, it was later known as tourmaline, which derived from a Sri Lankan word “toramalli” that translates to ‘mixed gems.’ The Chinese Dowager Empress commonly used it for sculptures, jewelry items, and bottles.

Interesting Facts about Pink Tourmaline

Pink tourmaline is known for its shiny appearance and timeless beauty. But this gemstone not only looks impressive, but it also possesses so many features and interesting points that are worth knowing. Here are some of the fun and exciting facts about pink tourmaline:

Tourmaline is considered one of the world’s most colorful gemstone, and pink tourmaline is the most commonly liked color/shade amongst all the many others.

The a darker pink tourmaline gem is also known as rubellite due to its similar appearance to rubies.

One of its more remarkable characteristics is that with any tourmaline gem, when moved to different angles, the intensity of the colors or the color itself can change.

Pink Tourmaline Jewelry

Pink tourmaline is often used in making stunning jewelry items. If you visit a website online or any physical jewelry store, you will find various pink tourmaline jewelry items. The prices will be a little high since pink tourmaline is a very precious gemstone. Pink tourmaline jewelry has been worn for centuries by royalty because it is the epitome of elegance, class, and high-end fashion.

We hope this brief guide helped you know the basics about pink tourmaline and choose the right gemstone for you.

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