Pink Tourmaline

Pink Tourmaline

Pink tourmalines are a romantic and feminine choice for jewellery that is sure to be treasured. It is a pink gemstone made of the mineral tourmaline and is prized for its beautiful pink colour.
What is a Pink Tourmaline?

Pink tourmaline, also known as rubellite, is a type of gemstone that is naturally coloured pink. It is made up of the mineral tourmaline and is prized for its delicate pink colour. Pink tourmaline is often used in jewellery as a way to add a touch of romance and femininity to a piece. It is also believed to have healing properties and is sometimes worn as a way to promote love and compassion.

Pink tourmaline is rated on the "Four Cs" scale to determine its value. The "Four Cs" are cut, clarity, colour, and carat weight. Pink tourmaline is typically graded on a scale from poor to excellent based on the intensity of its colour, the presence of inclusions or blemishes, and the quality of its cut. Pink tourmaline with a more intense, uniform colour and fewer inclusions or blemishes is generally more valuable.

Pink tourmaline can be found in a variety of cuts and shapes, including round, oval, cushion, pear, and emerald. It is often used as an accent stone in jewellery, such as in halo engagement rings or as side stones in earrings or pendants. Pink tourmaline can also be used as the main stone in a piece of jewellery, particularly when paired with diamonds or other coloured gemstones.

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Pink Tourmaline :
The Birthstone of October

Pink Tourmaline is a birthstone for the month of October, and it is a symbol of love and compassion. It is believed to bring love and nurturing to the wearer and to promote emotional healing. It is said to help one let go of feelings of inadequacy and to promote self-love. It is also said to promote good relationships and to bring the wearer joy and happiness.

Pink Tourmalines are typically found in countries like Africa, Brazil and Afghanistan. They are a popular choice for fine jewellery, particularly as pink tourmaline is a rare variety among tourmaline family. It can be set in rings, bracelets, necklaces, and earrings, and it is believed to have healing properties and are used in crystal healing to balance the heart chakra and to enhance love, compassion and emotional balance.

Pink Tourmaline: The Birthstone of October


How are pink tourmalines graded and valued?

Pink tourmalines are typically graded based on the intensity of their colour, the clarity of the stone, and the quality of the cut. The value of a pink tourmaline is determined by a combination of these factors, as well as the size and weight of the stone.

How do I clean and care for a pink tourmaline to keep it looking its best?

To clean a pink tourmaline, gently scrub the stone with a soft toothbrush and a mild soap and water solution. Avoid using harsh chemicals or ultrasonic cleaners, as these can damage the surface of the stone. To protect your pink tourmaline, remove it before participating in activities that could cause damage, such as sports or manual labor. Store the stone separately from other gemstones to prevent scratching or damage.

How can I protect a pink tourmaline from damage?

To protect a pink tourmaline, avoid exposing it to harsh chemicals, such as bleach or chlorine. These can damage the surface of the stone or cause it to fade. Remove the stone before participating in activities that could cause damage, such as sports or manual labor. Store the stone separately from other gemstones to prevent scratching or damage. Have the stone checked by a professional jeweler every few years to ensure that it is in good condition.

How do I choose the right pink tourmaline for an engagement ring or other piece of jewellery?

When choosing a pink tourmaline for an engagement ring or other piece of jewellery, consider the colour, clarity, and cut of the stone. The intensity of the colour is important, as it will affect the overall appearance of the stone. Look for a stone that is free of inclusions, or internal flaws, as these can affect the clarity of the stone. The cut of the stone is also important, as it can affect how the light reflects off the surface of the stone. Finally, consider the size and weight of the stone, as well as your budget.

How does a pink tourmaline compare to other pink gemstones, such as pink sapphire or pink diamond?

Pink tourmaline is a less expensive alternative to pink sapphire or pink diamond. It is also less hard than these other stones, meaning it is more prone to scratching and damage. However, pink tourmaline is still a beautiful and vibrant gemstone that is well-suited for use in jewellery.

Can pink tourmalines be worn with other gemstones or diamonds in the same piece of jewellery?

Yes, pink tourmalines can be worn with other gemstones or diamonds in the same piece of jewellery. Many people choose to pair pink tourmalines with diamonds or other colourful gemstones, such as sapphires or rubies, to create a vibrant and eye-catching look.

Pink Tourmaline

Pink Tourmaline Features

Pink Tourmaline is a type of Tourmaline known for its bright pink colour. It is a relatively hard stone, ranging from 7 to 7.5 on the Mohs scale, and is known for its unique colour and brilliance. The most valuable Pink Tourmalines are those that are transparent with a bright pink colour.

Pink Tourmaline Cuts and Shapes

At GLAMIRA we offer a wide range of Pink Tourmaline jewellery in a variety of styles, from classic to contemporary, so you can find the perfect piece to suit your taste and style. With our commitment to quality, craftsmanship and customer satisfaction, you can be sure that GLAMIRA will provide you with a piece of jewellery that you'll treasure for a lifetime. The most common cuts for pink tourmalines are oval, cushion, pear, round and emerald. The cut and shape of the pink tourmaline can greatly affect the appearance of the stone and the way it reflects light.

Symbolism and use in jewellery

Pink Tourmaline is said to symbolise love, compassion and emotional healing. It is also believed to have calming properties, bringing peace and tranquillity to the wearer. Pink Tourmaline is a popular choice for those looking for a unique and striking piece of jewellery. At GLAMIRA we specialise in creating unique and luxurious Pink Tourmaline jewellery including rings, earrings, pendants, bracelets and even necklaces that are sure to add a touch of luxury and elegance to any outfit.

Customisation options

At GLAMIRA we understand the importance of customisation when it comes to creating the perfect piece of jewellery. That's why we offer our customers a wide range of options to fully customise their Pink Tourmaline Jewellery.

From choosing the metal for the piece to selecting the shape, cut and carat weight of the Pink Tourmaline, you have complete control over the design of your jewellery. You can also choose the setting for your Pink Tourmaline, whether it's prong, bezel or pave. You can also add additional stones to complement your Pink Tourmaline, such as diamonds or other coloured gemstones. Our team of expert jewellers at GLAMIRA will work with you every step of the way to ensure that you get exactly the piece of jewellery you envision. With our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction, you can trust GLAMIRA to create a unique piece that you will treasure for a lifetime. Browse our collection of Pink Tourmaline Jewellery today and start designing your own unique piece at GLAMIRA.