Paraiba is a term used to describe a rare neon blue and green Tourmaline variety that is colored by traces of copper. These gems were initially discovered in Paraiba, Brazil, and have recently been found in East Africa. This particular stone is from Mozambique which is known for producing gems that are larger, but a little less intense, than their Brazilian cousins. This gem is very dramatic, so Rene designed this glamorous pendant using baguette and round diamonds to accent the center stone and make a statement piece.
Details: 14k white gold pendant with 3.65ct radiant cut Paraiba-type Tourmaline and .95ctw diamond accents (SI GH).
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