Bicolor Tourmaline on Matrix from Minas Gerais State, Brazil
Bicolor Tourmaline is a variety of Tourmaline that can be pale light pink, to bright hot pink with pale light green to bright green.
Tourmaline is regarded as a protection and healing stone, inspires creativity and imagination, and helps with love and spirituality.
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Pink Tourmaline with Aquamarine on Matrix from Minas Gerais State, Brazil
Pink Tourmaline is a variety of Tourmaline that can be found in pale light pink, to bright hot pink. This mineral can be seen in raw, transparent, and opaque formations. It is commonly found in association with Quartz, and other Tourmaline colors.
This mineral is a member of the Elbaite Tourmaline group, which contains a range of minerals including: sodium, aluminum, and lithium.
Aquamarine is the soft pale blue variety of the Beryl family of gemstones, which also include Morganite, Goshenite, Yellow Beryl, and Emerald. One of the most popular blue gemstones, Aquamarine is steeped in myth and legend. Known as the gem of the sea, even the name “Aquamarine” comes from the Latin ‘aqua’ for ‘water’, and ‘marina’ for ‘of the sea’.
One believed to be the treasure of mermaids, it was often worn by sailors and travelers as a talisman to protect against being shipwrecked and to ward off sea sickness. Pliny the Elder (23 AD-79 AD) said of the gem, “the lovely Aquamarine, which seems to have come from some mermaid’s treasure house, in the depths of the summer sea, has charms not to be denied.”
Tourmaline is regarded as a protection and healing stone, inspires creativity and imagination, and helps with love and spirituality. Aquamarine is regarded as a stone of courage, reduction of stress, and invokes tolerance of others.