Tourmaline stones are united by a common natural occurrence as long and slender structures often changing in colour from one end to the other. Ranging from vivid greens to orange and pinks, this gemstone offers not only stunning gradients but versatility. Interestingly, tourmaline can create a pyroelectric effect, meaning it can temporarily create a voltage with changes in temperature. Given its many colours, it has been thought that tourmaline has many faces but its key attraction seems to be the power to strengthen bonds, whether friendly or romantic.
Countries of Origin: Namibia, Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Brazil, Africa