Wed, 24 Nov 2010

Jewel of the Week - Tourmaline Diamond Ring

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Jewel of the Week

By Erika W.

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This week's featured jewel is a Caribbean blue Mozambique tourmaline and diamond ring. Thanks everyone for posting your gorgeous jewelry in the Show Me the Bling Forum!


Paraiba Tourmaline Diamond Ring
Posted by ArtNouveau
Mozambique paraiba tourmaline in Leon Mege French cut ring

ArtNouveau's stunning ring features a 5.52 carat cushion cut copper bearing tourmaline from Mozambique. Tourmalines of this type are also called "Cuprian," a term that indicates the presence of copper in the chemical make-up of the gem. Vivid blue cuprian tourmalines of are primarily found in Mozambique, Nigeria and Brazil's Paraiba state, though Brazilian Paraibas are very rare. They are highly coveted by collectors, who seek the spectacular neon glow.

Paraiba Tourmaline Diamond Ring
Posted by ArtNouveau

Profile of the handmade platinum ring accented by tapered French cut diamonds and pave.

Paraiba Tourmaline Diamond Ring
Posted by ArtNouveau

Close up of the intricate gallery, which features pave prongs and a French cut diamond on each side.

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