Pink Tourmaline Rings: A pink tourmaline, or any tourmaline gemstone for that matter, is an excellent choice to set in your engagement ring. They are very affordable in today’s jewelry market, and there is a fair chance you can select a tourmaline gemstone that will make your engagement ring unique. And you can personalize the ring to guarantee its uniqueness. Tourmalines are available in any color and can even show more than one color in a single gemstone. Green is the most common color among tourmalines, however, the pink-to-red tourmalines run a close second. These two are the most affordable of tourmalines with the blue color, along with yellow and purple being a little more on the expensive side due to their rarity. In some cases there are green tourmalines that have rich chromium and vanadium content which can often be mistaken for emeralds to the naked eye. However, in this article we are going to talk more about pink tourmaline rings, more so engagement rings.
Pink tourmaline gemstones are a variety that appear to complement most metals including white gold, yellow gold, rose gold, platinum as well as sterling silver. The pink tourmaline engagement ring will also be very eye-catching to people who see it. It will certainly make a good talking point around the office cooler, should you have one.
A pink tourmaline is often a jeweler’s favorite stone and presents an excellent option for a an engagement ring. When shopping for pink tourmaline rings, one of the most important factors is the quality of the pink tourmaline. Your jeweler should explain that the more vivid the pink and its brightness, the more valuable the tourmaline gemstone will be. Pink tourmalines generally have one or two inclusions and these inclusions will add to the value of the stone. At Federal Way Custom Jewelers we offer hand-picked pink tourmalines and explain their properties to you and offer advice on how best to place your choice into a particular ring set. Pink tourmalines are favorites for young ladies to have a matching set by adding earrings and a necklace to the mix.
Pink Tourmaline Meaning: A tourmaline gemstone is thought to be a stone of artistic expression and creativity. We also hear that the last Empress of China had an obsession for pink tourmaline gemstones and had them on her pillow hoping for good dreams to occur. Today, most pink tourmalines come from Brazil.
Tourmaline is the October birthstone and the 8th anniversary gem.