Beautifully natural, rubellite (hot pink) tourmaline pendant, set in colorless diamonds in 18K white gold with an 18", 18K white gold chain. The bail is encrusted with 4 bezel set colorless diamonds, while the 4 Asscher cut rubellites articulate between graduating bezel set diamonds as the tourmalines also increase in size.
These beautiful hot pink rubellite tourmalines are from the Papruk Mine in Nuristan, Afghanistan and are remarkable for their color and clarity. The cut is very special also - beautiful Asscher cuts that are sunglasses-worthy. They get larger in size from the top down with larger diamonds the farther down they go. They articulate on comfort galleries while you move for that little eye-catching designer touch.
A question we're asked often, "Does it look like the photographs in person?" Yes! Even better - we photograph in direct sunlight, but the sparkle is truly impossible to catch on camera.
(4) Natural Rubellite (hot pink) Tourmalines
Weight: 8.45 carats (total)
Cut: Asscher cut
Origin: Papruk Mine, Nuristan, Afghanistan
Size (L x W x D):
Top: 6.1 x 6.1 x 6.0
Next: 6.6 x 6.6 x 5.3
Next: 7.2 x 7.2 x 6.5
Bottom: 8.3 x 8.3 x 6
Color: Hot Pink
(2) .03 ct
(4) .05 ct
(2) .07 ct
(2) .10 ct
.60 total weight
Clarity/color: VS/F (colorless)
Total length: 49 mm (2 inches)
Solid 18K white gold
Chain: 18K white gold, 18" long
Clasp: Spring ring (we add a removable 14K white gold magnetic clasp, for your convenience)
Legend and Lore* - Tourmaline is only gemstone that can absorb and streamline electrical charge-( energy). Used by most healers and spiritualists. In addition to the general properties of Tourmaline (Cleansing and purifying, grounds spiritual energy, clears chakras, forms protective shield), Blue Tourmaline or Indicolite activates the throat and third eye chakras specifically. It aids in psychic awareness and promotes visions. It opens the way for service to others. Assists in boosting the immune system.
*The information provided above is for entertainment purposes only. It is based on centuries of folklore, well before the age of modern medicine. It is not meant as actual medical information, fact or advice in any way.