Monthly Archives: March 2016

A small round, but a brilliant idea.

If you have been following my posts here you probably realized that the availability of tourmaline and its affordability have pushed me to cut practically everything in tourmaline that I have. Years ago I purchased a significant lot of “mine … Continue reading

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The Drama of Cutting a Beautiful Tourmaline.

I wrote the following story soon after finishing one of my early cuprian/paraiba type tourmalines from Mozambique. The year was 2002 and no one had publicly announced the discovery of cuprian tourmaline in Mozambique. That was to come three years … Continue reading

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