The chameleon stone of tourmaline is October’s second birthstone option. The versatile gem can be found in green, pink, blue, and other hues thanks to a variety of different trace elements in its makeup that are responsible for determining color. Find the gem worldwide including in California and Maine. Here are six new tourmaline jewels to consider stocking.
Bangle in 14k yellow gold with a 1.25 ct. pink tourmaline, $998; Nina Nguyen
Ring in 18k gold with a 30 ct. tourmaline, $1,430; Amáli
Ring in 18k white gold with an 8.55 ct. green tourmaline, 1.51 cts. t.w. green garnets, and 0.62 ct. t.w. diamonds, $7,456; Yael Designs
One-of-a-kind Chiara ring in granulated 22k yellow gold, platinum, and 18k yellow gold with a 3.8 ct. indicolite tourmaline, $8,700; Zaffiro Jewelry
Pendant necklace in 18k yellow gold and platinum with an 11.5 radiant-cut natural peach tourmaline and 0.7 ct. t.w. natural-color cognac diamonds, $14,120; Brenda Smith Jewelry
Cinta gold Marble Cone Shell earrings in 18k pink gold with 15.6 cts. t.w. pink tourmalines, 6.3 cts. t.w. pink spinels, 5.2 cts. t.w. pink sapphires, and 0.48 ct. t.w. diamonds, $25,000; John Hardy
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