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Extremely Rare Blue Tourmaline Crystal Specimen

Blue tourmaline is grown with Lepidolite flakes and Quartz crystals varying in size, colour, lustre, and purity.

Blue tourmaline is mostly blue; however, it ranges from deep blue to a delicate blue reminiscent of the deep blue ocean. As a result, blue tourmaline prices may be high. However, the price is determined by the size, colour, lustre, and purity of the crystal.

Blue tourmaline, the rarest of all tourmaline colours, provides a number of benefits for the user. Investigate your interests and strengthen your devotion to your profession, as it helps you grasp your ambitions. The crystal is also a potent healer for depression, suppressed trauma, injuries, abuse, insomnia, and nightmares.

The mines are now closed, but these stones originate from Brazil’s Paraiba area, which was recognized for producing some of the world’s greatest blue tourmaline crystals.

Blue Tourmaline Specimen U#03 - 13ct

SKU: RSCRTOBU03

Regular price $90.00 USD / Single piece


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Stone: Tourmaline

Origin: Brazil

Sold By: Single piece

Attributes:
Weight: 13ct
Length: 21mm

Extremely Rare Blue Tourmaline Crystal Specimen

Blue tourmaline is grown with Lepidolite flakes and Quartz crystals varying in size, colour, lustre, and purity.

Blue tourmaline is mostly blue; however, it ranges from deep blue to a delicate blue reminiscent of the deep blue ocean. As a result, blue tourmaline prices may be high. However, the price is determined by the size, colour, lustre, and purity of the crystal.

Blue tourmaline, the rarest of all tourmaline colours, provides a number of benefits for the user. Investigate your interests and strengthen your devotion to your profession, as it helps you grasp your ambitions. The crystal is also a potent healer for depression, suppressed trauma, injuries, abuse, insomnia, and nightmares.

The mines are now closed, but these stones originate from Brazil’s Paraiba area, which was recognized for producing some of the world’s greatest blue tourmaline crystals.