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6.55ct Watermelon Tourmaline, Emerald Cut

6.55ct Watermelon Tourmaline, Emerald Cut

Regular price $3,800.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $3,800.00 USD
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Emerald Cut Watermelon Tourmaline

Due to its color saturation and large size, this natural 6.55 carat watermelon tourmaline is a quality piece for gem collectors and jewelry lovers alike.  Over our many decades in business, we have yet to find another one quite like it- this stone is a true example of what we like to call a "Wow!" stone.  It delights!

Stone Details...

Stone Group Tourmaline, natural
Weight (carats)
Weight (grams)
Dimensions (millimeters)
13.56mm x 9.63mm x 5.68mm
Dimensions (inches)
0.5" x 0.4" x 0.2"
Origin Brazil
Shape faceted emerald cut
Material Grade AA+
Colors green fades to pinkish white, then intense pink
Treatments / Enhancements none detected
Mohs Hardness 7 to 7.5
SKU Number #207

This item can only be purchased online.  To schedule an in-store viewing, please feel free to contact us here.

Additional Information...

The Scientific:

  • watermelon tourmaline was first discovered 1902 in Maine, USA
  • grows in the hexagonal crystal system (six faces)
  • can come in many different shades and saturations of color, though primarily, stones must be pink with a green outer edge

The Spiritual:

  • calms and soothes emotions
  • cleanses and heals emotional all wounds
  • known as "the gateway to the inner self"


About Tourmaline:

Tourmaline is a gemstone well-known for naturally occurring in any shade and saturation of color on the color spectrum.  Special terms are assigned to stones of certain colors, such as "rubellite" (red), "indicolite" (blue), "schorl" (black), "dravite" (brown), and "Paraiba" (highly rare electric blue only from Brazil).  Occasionally, multiple vivid colors can be present in a single stone, completely independent from one another.  These stones are referred to as "bicolor" and "tricolor."

Tourmaline is a hard stone coming in at 7 to 7.5 on the Mohs hardness scale.  While stones are safe to use with chemical jewelry cleaner, it is very important to note that tourmaline cannot be put into an ultrasonic cleaner machine.  Many tourmalines contain natural liquid-filled inclusions that can burst from ultrasonic vibrations created by such a machine, causing a stone to break.  Soap, water, and a soft bristled toothbrush are safe and effective for cleaning tourmaline jewelry.


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