Pink Tourmaline

pink tourmaline
Glamira has hand picked the highest quality of pink tourmaline gemstones for you and selected the most valuable and special colour to be set in exceptional

pink tourmaline jewelry

for women, men, and children. You can choose from earrings, necklaces, pendants, bangles, and engagement rings. Glamira has utilised the various shades of candy colour pink in the design from traditional to contemporary styles. It's possible to customise a gold pink tourmaline ring to catch the most fantastic colours of the rainbow. At Glamira, there are endless customised options for you to personalise your pink tourmaline necklace – whether it is a solitaire pendant or combined with other gemstones. Or you also can order pink tourmaline engagement rings to build a ladder to the heaven of love! Moreover, it is a perfect gemstone for pink tourmaline earrings to record the sounds of the Earth you hear and for pink tourmaline bracelet to add colours of rainbow to your everyday life! Glamira gives you the personal choice by leaving pink tourmaline in your hands to generate your own personal modern fairy tale to be a modern-day "It-Girl" of your own story!

Pink tourmaline (also known as rubellite) is among the semi-precious stones and has an extensive range of colours from pale pink to dark red. It is even called the chameleon of all gemstones. Sometimes the soft pink can change depending on the size of the stone or how it is combined with alloys or other gemstones. For instance, in case you set it with white gold or silver, its colour comes out shinier. The term, tourmaline gemstone, means a mixed colour precious stone. Like its colour, its chemical structure can be distinct and sophisticated; a combination of aluminum borosilicates compounded with iron, magnesium, or other various metals. Tourmalines have fascinated people for centuries. In ancient Egypt, legend had it that tourmaline acquired its many colours by travelling along a rainbow in a journey from the earth to the sun. Pink Tourmaline deposits have been discovered in Brazil, USA, and Sri Lanka. It is the stone for Scorpio in zodiac signs and also the October birthstone.