Rubellite Tourmaline

Rubellite jewelry from designer Henry Dunay, New York, begins with earrings set with 233 diamonds weighing 2.80 cts. t.w. and 13.99 cts. t.w. of rubellites. The earrings are surrounded by five matching rubellites—weighing 55.65 cts. t.w. and accented by 311 diamonds, 3.92 cts. t.w.—in an 18k gold necklace. To round out the suite, Dunay shows a rubellite-and-diamond ring featuring a 9-ct. rubellite with 124 diamonds, 2.12 cts. t.w. Fuchsia-colored with a magenta secondary color, the 14.85-ct. opposed bar cut and 12.01-ct. cushion cut are unenhanced Nigerian rubellites, courtesy of Pala International, Fallbrook, Calif. Tourmaline, one of October's birthstones, occurs in a host of colors. In fact, it's said that there isn't a color that can't be found in tourmaline. As for what's most popular, red is one of the most coveted and has been for centuries. Most colors of tourmaline have th
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