Paraiba Tourmaline

How To Invest in the Right Tourmaline

Tourmaline Purchasing Guide Tourmalines have carved themselves a spot at the top. Amongst the top contendors like Sapphires, Rubies and Emeralds, the incredibly vibrant Tourmaline comes in a stunning array of colors and has today become a highly sought…

Picking out Jewelry Pieces for Mothers Day

Strong, independent and committed to bringing out the best in her children, a Mother’s love is like no other. From being a role model to many, mothers everywhere don’t get the felicitation they deserve.…

Colored Engagement Rings, A Vibrant Choice

While a classic engagement ring will always have her heart, selecting a ring that matches her lifestyle and personality is key. Exploring options that feature a sparkling colored gemstone set amidst alluring…

Gemstone Investments, the New Trend

Investing in a gemstone could be a promising option for you. Yes, gemstone investments, when bought at the right price from the right sources could be profitable as well as reliable. These…

Selection of Rare Gems

Breathtaking Rare Beauties

Three important factors that help determine how rare a gemstone is, and its availability, durability, and beauty are the main factors. Through this post, we have put together a few reasons why gemstones…

What stone is the stone of every color?

Tourmaline is not a one type of mineral,  but rather a group of minerals with different complex chemical composition, but essentially the same or very similar crystal structure. It often contains traces of…

Wealth & Love with Tourmaline this Month

This #October you should be getting your gemstone game on, as it’s the month to be sporting some of the best gems mother nature has to offer. Tourmaline is the second birthstone…

Looking for the Perfect Engagement Ring?

If you ask young women what kind of words are the happiest and most precious, most of them without thinking will gently say in response: -Will you marry me? -Yes! At the…

What makes Paraiba Tourmaline so popular?

In 1987 five years of excavations were crowned with success, Heitor Dimas Barbosa stayed with a handful of tourmalines in incredible turquoise color. They were called ‘Paraiba’ in honor of the Brazilian…