Fashionable Tanzanite Aquamarine Black Tourmaline Gemstone Gold Bracelet

(1 customer review)

£119.00

Intricately designed perfect for layering into your bracelet collection.

This bracelet features hand-cut 4mm faceted Tanzanite, black tourmaline, blue aquamarine. Combined with 14k rolled gold cylinders and 24-carat gold vermeil discs.

It brings femininity and modernity to any layered arrangement. The bracelet is the perfect example of versatility.

The design features a lobster clasp for easy wear and finished with a signature Yaron Morhaim logo.

Bracelets are 19cm long approximately. The length can be made as per customer request. Please let us know your requirements.

Tourmaline

Though tourmaline has been found in parts of Africa and Europe, the most prominent mine locations are established in North and South America.

The pink tourmaline’s status as the October birthstone is shared with the opal, and there are many unique metaphysical properties for each member of the tourmaline gemstone family.

Tourmaline comes in a wide family of varieties. The red colors are called rubellite and blue colors areindicolite. Other colored tourmaline names are verdite for greens, dravite for browns, achroite for the rare colorless tourmalines, schorl for the most common blacks and paraiba for a particularly rare vivid green variety.

Tanzanite

Rarer than diamonds and almost as famous, tanzanite has skyrocketed in popularity like a starlet in Hollywood in the short 50 years since its discovery. Yet, unlike the diamond which is plentiful in Africa and Russia, tanzanite mines are predicted to run dry roughly around 2022, giving this gem all the more desire and intrigue.

Tanzanite is commonly believed to facilitate a higher consciousness and stimulate intuition and perception. Some believe that it aids in detoxifying the body and improving vitality. It is said to be a good stone to wear or have near in situations where you need a calming and soothing presence.

One would think from the short supply of the stone that the gem would be one of the most expensive. Yet, short sighted in the excitement of this stone’s discovery, mine owners and jewelers have never properly priced the worth per carat of the stone, which explains the range in prices.

Tanzanite occurs only in the East African state of Tanzania in a volcanic basin called Merlani. The basin is at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in the African Rift Valley, a wide grassy basin used by Masai cattle herders to raise and watch their herds.

Aquamarine

Aquamarine, a splendid blue gemstone whose name originates from the Italian word for seawater, embodies the splendor of the sea. A member of the beryl family, aquamarine is a sister to the rich green emerald. It can be found in a range of pale blue hues and aqua green colors. Legends refer to aquamarine as the treasure of Atlantis.

Belief in aquamarine’s powers of revelation was strong during the middle ages. It was common to carve gazing balls for fortune telling or to suspend an aquamarine crystal on a string over a bowl of water in order to divine messages as the stone disturbed the surface or touched letters drawn on the bowl’s rim.

It is also considered to be the stone of courage and preparedness and is believed to help maintain balance and order. Aquamarine is often used as a “good luck” stone, thought to bring feelings of peace, love, joy and happiness to those who wear it. There is an energizing quality to aquamarine that provides harmony and balance. If you dream of aquamarine, it is said that you will make new friends, and wearing earrings of aquamarine are thought to bring love and affection into your life.

Traditionally, aquamarine is also the birthstone for March.

Aquamarine is a beryl–a relatively rare silicate mineral found in igneous and metamorphic rocks around the world–and a blue-green sister to the deep green emerald. Other beryl stones include morganite (pink), heliodor (yellow/yellow-green), goshenite (colorless) and maxixe* (deep blue). Aquamarine gems are frequently less included or fractured than emeralds, making larger stones easier to find.

The natural blue and green colors of aquamarine come from ferrous iron and metallic ions. Aquamarine gemstones are found in a number of exotic places including Nigeria, Madagascar, Zambia, Pakistan and Mozambique, and the most brilliant blue varieties of the gemstones available today come from Brazil.

Our jewellery is bespoke and made to order. Each piece is handcrafted with meticulous care. The silver and gold components are of the best quality and are custom made. We use natural gemstones, each piece of our jewellery is unique. Gemstones may have a subtle difference in colour and formation.

Explore the dazzling unique range of high-quality, superb jewellery collections are made by our dedicated jewellery designers in a variety of exquisitely sophisticated and enchanting designs. Choose from a wide variety of alluring styles, including a choice selection of rings with gold embellishments. Limited edition rings set with semi-precious stones, necklaces, earrings and more.

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Tanzanite Aquamarine Tourmaline Bracelet. Hand made multi colour gemstone bracelet Bracelet 14ct gold fill with sterling silver

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Dimensions 190 mm
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1 review for Fashionable Tanzanite Aquamarine Black Tourmaline Gemstone Gold Bracelet

  1. Donna

    I love this bracelet!! Shipped fast and very good quality! Thanks!!

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