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Untreated Brazilian Paraiba Asymmetrical Ring, 1.38 Carats
- A striking 1.38-carat Paraiba tourmaline displays a stunning blue hue in this asymmetrical ring
- The gem’s rich hue and brilliance are hallmarks of the famed Paraiba stones
- The Paraiba is GIA-certified as originating in Brazil and being completely untreated
- Set in platinum with pink and white diamonds totaling 0.66 carat
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Only first discovered in 1989, the Paraiba tourmaline is one of the. . .
Only first discovered in 1989, the Paraiba tourmaline is one of the world’s rarest and most vibrant gemstones. Even rarer than diamonds, these extraordinary stones have only been found in the copper-rich mines of Brazil, Nigeria and Mozambique. It is thanks to their rare chemical composition that these gems owe their spectacular coloring and neon-bright glow that appears to light the stone from within.
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