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The World Largest Cut Paraiba is an incandescent natural neon-like bluish-green flawless important gemstone of incredible rarity. Named the « Ethereal Carolina Divine Paraiba », the 191.87 carats oval shaped Paraiba tourmaline is of universal appeal, enjoying favorable connotations across many different cultures.

The World Largest Cut Paraiba is an incandescent natural neon-like bluish-green flawless important gemstone of incredible rarity. Named the « Ethereal Carolina Divine Paraiba », the 191.87 carats oval shaped Paraiba tourmaline is of universal appeal, enjoying favorable connotations across many different cultures.

PARAIBA STAR OF THE OCEAN JEWELS, by Kaufmann de Suisse — Avec Isabelle Maréchal.

Head turning Paraiba tourmalines: a million times rarer than diamonds

PARAIBA STAR OF THE OCEAN JEWELS, by Kaufmann de Suisse — Avec Isabelle Maréchal.

Moneca Kaufmann, Isabelle Maréchal et Vincent Boucher célèbrent une oeuvre d'art québécoise de Haute-Joaillerie: Paraiba Star of the Ocean Jewels ~ http://tvanouvelles.ca/lcn/lebuzz/archives/2013/10/20131018-233135.html

Moneca Kaufmann, Isabelle Maréchal et Vincent Boucher célèbrent une oeuvre d'art québécoise de Haute-Joaillerie: Paraiba Star of the Ocean Jewels ~ http://tvanouvelles.ca/lcn/lebuzz/archives/2013/10/20131018-233135.html

GIANT JEWEL ECLIPSES RECORD — "It's a gem of a start for Billionaire". | Financier Vincent Boucher acquires world's rarest precious stone. Story in the Montreal Gazette (front page), Thursday, October 15, 2009.

GIANT JEWEL ECLIPSES RECORD — "It's a gem of a start for Billionaire". | Financier Vincent Boucher acquires world's rarest precious stone. Story in the Montreal Gazette (front page), Thursday, October 15, 2009.

The Monumental “Paraiba Star of the Ocean Jewels” | Photo: Michael Czop

Head turning Paraiba tourmalines: a million times rarer than diamonds

The Monumental “Paraiba Star of the Ocean Jewels” | Photo: Michael Czop

PARAIBA STAR OF THE OCEAN JEWELS, by Kaufmann de Suisse — Avec Isabelle Maréchal.

PARAIBA STAR OF THE OCEAN JEWELS, by Kaufmann de Suisse — Avec Isabelle Maréchal.

Kaufmann de Suisse | Mystères de l'océan: La Paraíba et ses diamants ❧ En harmonie avec l’héritage Kaufmann de Suisse et dans le respect de sa tradition d’excellence, ce nouveau collier en préparation représentera tout le mystère de l’océan.

Kaufmann de Suisse | Mystères de l'océan: La Paraíba et ses diamants ❧ En harmonie avec l’héritage Kaufmann de Suisse et dans le respect de sa tradition d’excellence, ce nouveau collier en préparation représentera tout le mystère de l’océan.


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GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ — "It's a gem of a start for Billionaire". | Collectors buy gem. Financier Vincent Boucher acquires world's rarest precious stone. Story in the Montreal Gazette (front page), Thursday, October 15, 2009.

GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ — "It's a gem of a start for Billionaire". | Collectors buy gem. Financier Vincent Boucher acquires world's rarest precious stone. Story in the Montreal Gazette (front page), Thursday, October 15, 2009.

Philanthropist Vincent Boucher | Guinness World Record! Billionaire Business Enterprises' World Largest Cut Paraiba is an incandescent natural neon-like bluish-green flawless important gemstone of incredible rarity. Named the « Ethereal Carolina Divine Paraiba », the 191.87 carats oval shaped Paraiba tourmaline is of universal appeal, enjoying favorable connotations across many different cultures.

Philanthropist Vincent Boucher | Guinness World Record! Billionaire Business Enterprises' World Largest Cut Paraiba is an incandescent natural neon-like bluish-green flawless important gemstone of incredible rarity. Named the « Ethereal Carolina Divine Paraiba », the 191.87 carats oval shaped Paraiba tourmaline is of universal appeal, enjoying favorable connotations across many different cultures.

“ Financier acquires world’s rarest stone. ” – Mike King, The Gazette    A Perfect and Flawless Natural Treasure of Incredible Rarity | The majestic and flawless gem, a priceless 191.87 carats of exceptional optical transparency (measuring 36.44 x 33.75 x 21.85 mm), has been placed on a very short list of the most famous gems in history by experts in the field, along  with: the Logan Sapphire, the Hope Diamond, the Golden Jubilee, the Alan Caplan Ruby, and the Cullinan Diamond.

“ Financier acquires world’s rarest stone. ” – Mike King, The Gazette A Perfect and Flawless Natural Treasure of Incredible Rarity | The majestic and flawless gem, a priceless 191.87 carats of exceptional optical transparency (measuring 36.44 x 33.75 x 21.85 mm), has been placed on a very short list of the most famous gems in history by experts in the field, along with: the Logan Sapphire, the Hope Diamond, the Golden Jubilee, the Alan Caplan Ruby, and the Cullinan Diamond.

~A Rare 12.34ct Brazilian Paraiba Tourmaline, Cushion Cabochon, Sapphire and Diamond Ring by Rylaarsdam | The House of Beccaria

~A Rare 12.34ct Brazilian Paraiba Tourmaline, Cushion Cabochon, Sapphire and Diamond Ring by Rylaarsdam | The House of Beccaria

Paolo Costagli Paraiba Turmalina y Diamantes - Foto cortesía de Paolo Costagli

Paolo Costagli Paraiba Turmalina y Diamantes - Foto cortesía de Paolo Costagli

Locked away beneath the harsh, dry scrubland of north-eastern Brazil was a Paraiba tourmaline of such extraordinary colour that, when it made its debut at the Tucson Gem Show in 1990, the tantalising ocean-like, green-blue gem sent buyers into a frenzy - driving up the price from hundreds to thousands of dollars per carat within days. The Paraiba tourmalines discovered in the Brazilian outpost of São José da Batalha,

Paraiba tourmalines: an electric story that stretches all the way from Brazil to Africa

Locked away beneath the harsh, dry scrubland of north-eastern Brazil was a Paraiba tourmaline of such extraordinary colour that, when it made its debut at the Tucson Gem Show in 1990, the tantalising ocean-like, green-blue gem sent buyers into a frenzy - driving up the price from hundreds to thousands of dollars per carat within days. The Paraiba tourmalines discovered in the Brazilian outpost of São José da Batalha,

"It's a gem of a start for Billionaire" — Financier Vincent Boucher acquires world's rarest precious stone | Story in the Montreal Gazette (front page), Thursday, October 15, 2009.

"It's a gem of a start for Billionaire" — Financier Vincent Boucher acquires world's rarest precious stone | Story in the Montreal Gazette (front page), Thursday, October 15, 2009.

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