Quartz with Pink Tourmaline Tumble at $35 Each
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The quartz stone family is extremely large and varied. Some of the more famous members include amethyst (purple quartz), citrine (yellow quartz), rose quartz (pink), smoky quartz (black), rutilated quartz (quartzes with other minerals growing inside them), as well as all the various agates and jaspers. Quartz may be found worldwide including many Canadian locations.
Quartz is often found in crystal form and is most often sought after for its healing or crystal properties. Quartz is said to receive, activate, store, transmit and amplify energy. It is also said to be an emotional balancer as it dispels negativity. It is the stone used most often for meditation.
Tourmaline is a truly unique and fascinating gemstone. Tourmaline is a fairly hard stone; it measures 7 to 7.5 hardness on the Moh’s scale. It can come in almost all of the different colours of the rainbow, including green, blue, pink, red, black, orange, and brown, plus many shades and combinations of the various colours. Green tourmaline with pink inside is called watermelon tourmaline. Paraiba tourmaline comes in awesome colour shades of blue and green, almost like the colours of a lime or blue Popsicle. Pink or red tourmaline may be called rubellite, and blue may be called indicolite. Tourmaline may have one colour on one side of the mineral and another colour on the other side. Gemstones cut with two or three colours of tourmaline are more rare and are called bicolour or tricolour stones.
Tourmaline is believed by some to make one openhearted and giving, some believe it can make one calm, centered, and able to communicate more effectively.
This quality of pink tourmaline is also known as Rubellite.
- Approximate dimensions: 50 mm x 45 mm x 30 mm
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This stone requires special care - exposure to water and other chemicals, such as cleaning products or aerosols, will damage it over time. If you polish the stone, use a dry cloth only, or an air duster that does not contain any disinfectant or other chemicals.
*This is a natural mineral specimen, and no two are exactly the same. Please note that the item you receive will have slight variations from the one photographed.