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Paraiba tourmaline is a rare copper-bearing gem with a vivid neon blue color. First found in Brazil in 1989, similar material has since been found in Africa.

Tourmaline -associated with the heart chakra. Emotional balancer and cleanser Alleviates stress and obsessive behaviour Assists in changing patterns to better align with spiritual growth Radiates kindness, tolerance

I believe this is tourmaline...there are different varieties/color variations. The most popular is the watermelon tourmaline I believe. I don't know which this one is or if I am even on the right track...but this is gorgeous!

Paraiba Tourmaline in Quartz. Very rare..

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.

Minerals:Cabinet Specimens, TOURMALINE. Sapo Mine, Ferruginha, Conselheiro Pena, DoceValley, Minas Gerais, Brazil. ... Image #1

Green and pink tourmaline. A book of precious stones; the identification of gems and gem minerals, and an account of their scientific, commercial, artistic, and historical aspects ([1909]). Julius Wodiska. (via JealousCurator)

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.

♥ Gorgeous Bi-color Paraiba Tourmaline

Specimen of polychrome elbaite Tourmaline crystals (28 cm tall), Pederneira, Minas Gerais, Brazil.