For your consideration: a fabulous tourmaline, in a highly-sought-after icy green hue!
Discovered in Afghanistan, this genuine tourmaline gemstone has been cut and polished by award-winning lapidary Chris Wolfsberg. Chris fashioned the rough tourmaline crystal into a unique, modified-cushion shape gem that weighs 2.56 carats.
The tourmaline has a light, blue-green color that is emphasized by a very deep pavilion (the bottom half of the gem), which helps intensify the hue.
To accommodate for the deep pavilion, we recommend setting this tourmaline into a ring, with arching lines of polished platinum or dazzling diamonds.
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