Pink Tourmaline Halo Pave Pulla Ring With Diamond
Pink Tourmaline Halo Milgrain Pave Karkata Ring With Diamond
Pink Tourmaline Halo Pave Oval Prasava Ring With Diamond
Pink Tourmaline Halo Pave Oval Parampara Ring With Diamond
Pink Tourmaline Eternity Emerald Cut Marga Band
Pink Tourmaline Eternity Methati Band With Diamond
Pink Tourmaline Eternity Baddha Band With Diamond
Pink Tourmaline Halo Milgrain Pave Oval Kothari Ring With Diamond
Pink Tourmaline Pave Luta Ring With Diamond
Pink Tourmaline Pave Mauli Ring With Diamond
Pink Tourmaline Modern Pave Zamya Ring
Pink Tourmaline Petite Floral Phulla Ring With Diamond
Pink Tourmaline Petite Kezasuci Ring
What are Pink Tourmaline Rings
Natural pink tourmaline, as the name implies, is a pink variety of the tourmaline mineral. Tourmalines are a complex silicate mineral that come in many distinct colors. The concentration of impurity elements determine the type of tourmaline that forms. Dravites are dark yellow to brownish black and contain sodium and magnesium. Elbaite are the most common. They contain lithium and come in many colors. Most gem quality tourmalines, including pink, are elbaites. AZEERA offers natural pink tourmaline rings in a soft baby pink color.
Why are Pink Tourmaline Rings Popular
Natural pink tourmaline rings are iconic in jewelry. The vibrant gems are available in large and intense colored pieces. Pink tourmalines are especially popular in China. In the 1890s and 1900s, Chinese Dowager Empress, Tz’u His had a large appetite for this gem. She commissioned stone cutters to carve pink tourmalines in her likeness. When she passed away in 1908, she was laid to rest with a pink tourmaline pillow.
How to Buy Pink Tourmaline
Recent overseas demand for pink tourmaline rings caused the price to double. Now quality pink tourmaline rings go for a premium. Tourmalines with bright colors and no inclusions are as expensive as quality rubies. Shopping for a pink tourmaline is much like shopping for a diamond. You can have it all, but you will need to pay the price. You can compromise for more affordable gems with weaker colors and clarities. AZEERA offers budget friendly pink tourmaline rings in a soft pleasant pink.
How to Design Pink Tourmaline - Color
Natural pink tourmalines are a favorite among AZEERA designers. The gentle pink color is as delightful as it is versatile. Pink is both a warm and cool color. Pink tourmaline pairs well with almost every color in AZEERA's collection. To create a palette of cool colors, combine it with aquamarine and amethyst. To create a palette of warm colors, combine it with citrine and peridot. Pink tourmaline can also enhance the impact of red from rubies when used as accents. With blue sapphires, pink tourmalines bring attention to the deep blue tones.
How to Design Pink Tourmaline Rings - Metal
Pink tourmalines work in any color metal, yellow, white, or rose gold. When combined with pink tourmaline, each metal creates a distinct look. Rose gold enhances the soothing pink of the tourmaline. It creates a pleasing combination. Pink tourmaline rings in yellow gold is a common antique combination. The paring makes estate style designs with sharp eye-catching contrasts. Pink tourmaline in white metals is more modern. Neutral white metal bring out the pink tones.
How to Design Pink Tourmaline Rings - Setting
Pink tourmaline rings look fantastic in any style, large or small. Many AZEERA clients choose pink tourmaline for spiritual reasons. These clients prefer pink tourmaline rings in small subtle design. These designs include only a handful of stones. AZEERA designers love using pink tourmaline as accent stones in elaborate pieces. Designers use pink tourmaline like paint in settings with over 100 gemstones. Pink tourmaline is also an exceptional centerstone for engagement rings. It resembles both pink sapphire and pink diamond.