Bicolour Watermelon Tourmaline
Bicolour Tourmaline with side tapered diamond in yellow gold band.
The usual gemstone we seen are commonly in single shade of colour. In tourmaline with two or more distinctive colour is known as “Bicolour Tourmaline“. Multi colour zone throughout the single, the term “Bicolour” is always relate to tourmaline gemstone. Some might doubt whether is it real gemstone, it is natural for tourmaline to possess such characteristic of bicolour shade.
As such, some is “Pink to Green”, “Blue to Yellow, with the “Pink to Green” resemblance the watermelon, also known as “Watermelon Tourmaline”. Bicolour Tourmaline with define vivid colour and good clarity is priced a premium.
Not all coloured gemstone are bicolour shade
However do not be confused by the colour zoning in sapphire term “Parti Sapphire” is commonly used. The “Yellow and Green” or “Green and Blue” are due to uneven colour in the sapphire gem. In “Teal Sapphire” there is a well mixed of bluish green, a good blend of colour instead of uneven patch of colours.
Bespoke Natural Flora Collection
Cabochon Bicolour Tourmaline with Cat’s Eyes
Tourmaline that displays two or more distinctive colours, do come in cabochon shade. However, the cabochon is common as there is more inclusion on the tourmaline. An unusual Tourmaline gemstone with a combination of Cat’s eye effect.
Inspired by the natural flower, the ring band resembles the stalk of the flower. Hand-drawn design and handcraft in 18k(750) rose gold, custom made with round brilliant diamond, on each flower petal.
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