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The Rainbow Gemstone, as it's called, tourmaline boasts a breathtaking range of colors - from the deepest blues and greens to the softest pinks and yellows. Legend has it that tourmaline passed through a rainbow on its way to Earth, explaining its incredible spectrum. While it was once mistaken for other stones like emeralds and topaz, tourmaline has since become recognized as a distinct and beautiful mineral.

Though considered a semi-precious stone, some tourmaline varieties and species are rarer and more valuable than diamonds. The Paraiba variety, hailing from Brazil, is particularly sought-after for its vivid neon blue or green color. It's no wonder why collectors and jewelry enthusiasts alike are drawn to tourmaline for its exquisite beauty and unique story.


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