Don't lick | Tourmaline Ring in Sterling Silver with a rare yellow-pink variety (sold out)
- Available: Sold | Ask for quote
- Unique No: 918
Sweet Silverring with a super rare two-coloured Turmaline in yellow-pink in an oval shape.
Also known as Lollipop-Turmaline, it's tempting to take a lick.
That's safe, of course. It won't harm you nor would it wear down your precious jewel.
Anyway, these bicoloured Tourmalines are very popular in High Fashion lately.
I've created this ring using Sterling Silver and I worked a nice dotted pattern into the sides
that resemble the same oval shape than the stone.
Tourmaline is said to promote an appreciation for the many wonders that life has to offer,
encouraging patience and openness.
Its name comes from the Sinhalese (Sri Lankan) word 'tura mali', meaning 'the stone of mixed colours'.
Tourmaline is available from black to bluish black, dark brown, yellow, medium brown, blue to neon blue, lime to dark forest green, red and reddish purple, yellow, pink and colourless.
The most expensive ones are the blue Indicolite, the green Verdelite and the pink Rubellite.
Tourmaline is one of the two birthstones for October (the other one is the Opal).
Jewellery with a Tourmaline are also traditionally given on 8th Wedding Anniversaries.
Size Q, circumference (mm) 57, European size 17
All my pieces are unique and when it comes to rings, you want to know the finger size, if it is for the ring finger, pointer, thumb, middle or the pinky, left or right or even for a toe.In most cases rings can be adapted and resized.
Use my ring size calculator (click here), or contact me (click here). I'll be glad to help you.