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Paraiba tourmaline from Brazil 0.132ct loose (CuO:2.1%.MnO:2.2%)

Sale price¥188,000
Paraiba tourmaline has an exquisite color that is different from the blue of the sea or the blue of the sky. Its definition in Japan is ``blue to green tourmaline (regardless of origin) that contains copper.'' It is a gemstone that is extremely popular. CuO:2.1%.MnO:2.2%. Includes sorting information from the Jewelry and Precious Metals Association.

It is top quality among Paraiba tourmalines from Brazil, and is a high-quality loose product with a color similar to Eitorita. It has a low distribution volume and is of a quality that can rarely be seen overseas. Paraiba tourmaline from the Batalha mine in Brazil.

・Type: Loose (natural stone)
・Stone name: Paraiba tourmaline from Brazil
・Weight: 0.132ct
・Scratch/chip: S
・Inclusion: A+
・Note: Usually heated.
*Generally, Paraiba tourmaline is a gemstone that has been heated. With current identification technology, it is difficult to distinguish between heated and non-heated products, so the treatment is written as "Usually heated."
・Accessories: Sorting (Jewelry and Precious Metals Association), Karatz quality guarantee, loose case (if it does not fit, clear case with zip)

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