A Duet of greens. Mint Tourmaline has been asymmetrically basket set to allow light to shine through. They are paired with a sage green, mirrored set of Imperial Jasper that are so light and lovely. This asymmetrical pair finds balance - I have accented the french-style earwires with dewdrops, one of which is set with two bright VS diamonds. These are romantic, heirloom-worthy and light, and we can't help but love the look of green-on-green for health, wealth and prosperity.
- One-of-a-kind, this item cannot be duplicated
- Gems: Mint Tourmaline, Imperial Jasper, Diamond
- Tourmaline Origin: Kunar Mines, Afghanistan
- Imperial Jasper Origin: Zacatecas, Mexico
- Diamonds: Harmony™ Conflict-Free, VS clarity
- 14K yellow gold, a blend of recycled and fairmined metal
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Tourmaline can be found in just about every shade of the Rainbow and all across the globe. Mainly it is found in Brazil, the US, and parts of Africa. This shade of mint is quite uncommon, it's a shade most often found in Afghanistan and parts of Africa, like Mozambique, and Nigeria, where deposits of delicate teal blue and light green Paraiba have recently been discovered.
Tourmaline, colored green by Iron and Manganese can be magnetic depending on the intensity of the color! Green, blue, and opaque black (Schorl) tourmaline have the highest magnetism.
Tourmaline is said to be the stone of reconciliation, of healing, prosperity, and accomplishing ones goals.
Jasper is a stone that can be found in many colors and unique patterns, many of which look like landscape paintings or mimic the formation of trees. Jasper is found in notable concentrations in the US and Mexico, as well as Russia.
Imperial Jasper is considered to be one of the five "fine" jaspers, and it is differentiated by its desirable "egg" pattern, the concentric rings of color which are unique to Imperial Jasper
Imperial Jasper comes exclusively from claims on the edge of a canyon outside of Guadalajara, Mexico, about 50 miles east and just north of San Cristobal. It is one of our favorites for its unique patterns, light specific gravity (which makes for great lightweight statement earrings!), and because it can be found in surface-level host rock and does not need to be mined from the earth in the traditional sense.