Unheated Brazilian Paraiba tourmaline 0.110ct loose AIGS


Paraiba tourmaline is attractive for its exquisite color, which is different from the blue of the sea and the blue of the sky. In Japan, it is defined as "blue to green tourmaline containing copper (regardless of origin)". It is a gemstone that has a long-standing popularity. This is a rare unheated Brazilian Paraiba tourmaline 0.110ct. It has a neon feel and is a high-quality loose stone. It comes with an AIGS identification certificate.

Type: Loose (natural stone)
Stone name: Unheated Brazilian Paraiba Tourmaline ( Paraiba Tourmaline )
Weight: 0.110ct
・Size: 0.4×2.5mm
・Scratch: S
Inclusions: A+
Shape: Oval cut Accessories: Certificate of Authenticity (AIGS), loose case (if it does not fit, a clear case with zip)

▷For more information about Paraiba Tourmaline
What is Paraiba tourmaline? What are the characteristics and value differences depending on the origin, and what is the selling price?

▷We accept jewelry processing.If you would like to have your jewelry processed, please order along with the frame of your choice from the link below.
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