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Paraiba tourmaline. Cut into fine gems - Pariba tourmaline sells for many thousands dollars per carat. Minerals Gems And Stones, Paraiba Gemstone, Crystals Minerals Gemstone, Fine Gems, Raw Gemstone, Gems Stones, Gems Crystals Rocks Minerals, Gems And Crystals, Colors Gemstone
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Watermelon tourmaline is a well-known tourmaline variety named because of its unique coloration: With bands of green, pink/red and sometimes a thin strip of white in between them, its coloration resembles that of the watermelon, sometimes strikingly so.
Multi-colored Tourmaline crystals above a Lepidolite covered base. emerald-green tips that evolve into a bluish-green coloration which then changes over to a lighter green near the bottom. The lower portion of the actually becomes "watermelon" in that the interior is red while the exterior is green. The pinkish Lepidolite crystals are the perfect accent to this amazing.
Specimen of polychrome elbaite Tourmaline crystals (28 cm tall), Pederneira, Minas Gerais, Brazil.