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Brilliant Golden Orange Tourmaline Oval 8 x 7 MM  by SilverFound, $39.50

Reserved for Kathleen Brilliant Golden Orange Tourmaline Oval 8 x 7 MM 1.96 Carat. Mozambique

Reserved for Kathleen Brilliant Golden Orange Tourmaline Oval 8 x 7 MM Carat.

Gems:Faceted, Fine Gemstone: Tourmaline - 25.92 Ct.. Alto Ligonha District,Zambezia Province, Mozambique. ...

Alto Ligonha District, Zambezia Province, Mozambique Large, eye clean, - Available at 2015 October 15 Rainbow of.

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Rare Fancy Colored Diamond Reference Charts

Champagne Diamond from Argyle Mine, Australia. Champagne, cognac and chocolate diamonds have been heavily marketed since it was discovered that Argyle mine has mostly brown diamonds, which were previously only used for industrial purposes.

Extravagant Vivid Indigolite Tourmaline - Cushion 11ct - Loupe Clean - Nigeria. $3,785.00, via Etsy.

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A Fine Paraíba Tourmaline from Mozambique weighing approximately 7.58cts.

Only discovered in Paraíba Tourmalines are stars among gems. Extremely sought after for their unique electric-blue color also referred to as neon blue, Paraíba Tourmalines haven’t stopped…

Blue tourmaline (also known as Indicolite) oval weighing 3.13cts from the Malapa mine, Tanzania. Tourmaline is a gemstone noted for the large and unsurpassed range of colors in which it occurs, but blue is one of the rarest and most valuable color sought by collectors and connoisseurs throughout the world. Color of Indicolite (tourmaline) can vary from a light to a deep blue. Pure blue is the rarest.

Blue tourmaline (also known as Indicolite) oval weighing from the Malapa mine, Tanzania. Tourmaline is a gemstone noted for the large and unsurpassed range of colors in which it occurs, but blue is one of the rarest and most valuable color sought b

Umbalite Garnet gemstone

Umbalite Garnet gemstone

Gorgeous 13 carats Bi-Color Tourmaline in pear shape from Tanzania.

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Russian demantoid garnet, 4.55 cts. (Photo: Wimon Manorotkul)

demantoid (andradite) from Ural Mountains, Russia, carats. (Photo: Wimon Manorotkul) All pieces from the collection of Bill Larson.

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