The name Tourmaline comes from the Sinhalese (Sri Lanka) word tura mali which translates as the stone of mixed colors. These stones are 7 to on the Mohs’ scale of hardness. Tourmaline is available in a wide variety of colors
hortensia diamond 20 Carats, a peach coloured stone, named after the Queen of Holland, the step-daughter of Napoleon Bonaparte. This gem is part of the French Crown Jewels and is seen at the Louvre in Paris.
Cora Sun-Drop, claimed to be the world’s largest known vivid yellow pear-shape diamond. Mined in Africa. The diamond gained its color from the minimal amount of nitrogen in its carbon structure, making it extremely rare in nature.
" The diamond has a thousand facets, but the facets are covered with dirt and tar. It is the job of the soul to clean each facet until the surface is brilliant and can reflect a rainbow of colors. The diamond is perfect, not one flaw. The only differences
Pink tourmaline / watermelon tourmaline is a gentle stone that directly touches the heart! The color varies widely from pale pink to deep red Relaxing and nurturing, pink tourmaline is associated with feminine energies. It vibrates a deep resonance with
Tanzanite from Tanzania- associated with the heart,throat, third eye and crown chakra.Promotes compassion Raises consciousness in meditation Calms an overactive mind Brings on a peaceful understanding of one's own heart