Tourmaline is a mineral from the group of boron-containing aluminosilicates, complex borosilicates of variable composition. Tourmalines come in all colors of the rainbow, in some stones, pleochroism is pronounced. The ability to change color depending on the lighting.
Industrial production of tourmaline is conducted in Sri Lanka, Madagascar, Spain, China, Brazil, the USA, Canada, South Africa, and Canada.
Tourmaline Paraiba is an unusual mineral of blue color. Passing the light through itself, the gem enhances it several times, creating a neon glow. Nowadays, this is one of the rarest and most beautiful gems. Heat treatment of paraiba tourmaline at high temperatures makes the color of the stone brighter and more saturated.
Paraiba Tourmaline is believed to calm feelings and mind. It develops the creativity and imagination of a person. This gemstone is helpful in terms of wisdom, enlightenment, and expressions.
The largest paraiba tourmaline is the Kaufmann de Suisse Ethereal Carolina Divine Paraiba stone, which weighs 191.87 carats, and the estimated cost ranges from 25 to 125 million dollars. The stone is listed in the Guinness Book of Records.
The most common forms of cutting paraiba tourmaline are round diamond, oval, emerald, and cabochon. It can be used in all types of jewelry, rings, earrings, pendants, and necklaces. Exceptionally beautiful, it looks at gemstone engagement rings. This stone is one of the most beautiful semi-precious gemstones; its jewelry is always in trend and demand.