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  • n. Plural form of tourmaline.


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  • Getting free of the ropes was my new goal, but I took a moment to collect the icky-feeling energy of those tourmalines from my aura and release it from the stones on his mitre.

    Arcane Circle

  • His genius, though, is his work with unusual combinations of stones and settings — spinels, Mandarin garnets, African tourmalines (see the mine-cut necklace, for $150), and yellow sapphires.

    Coolhunter: Taffin

  • Chopard's $835,000 gecko bracelet is made of 1,265 tourmalines along with over 400 white, brown and orange diamonds, and close to 400 blue sapphires.

    Stars Sparkle Amid Chopard's Jewels

  • Glass beads, some semiprecious gems that might have been garnets or tourmalines, and some scrolls.

    A Corridor in the Asylum

  • Thirty matched tourmalines were arrayed on black velvet.

    A teaser from my third Spice novel

  • And no bouquet was ever more dazzling to carry than Judith Leiber's Precious Rose purse, a handmade, tiered mosaic of 1,169 pink sapphires, 800 tourmalines and 1,016 diamonds — more than 42 carats 'worth (price upon request; contact store for information: 212-223-2999).

    Watch Out for the Bees

  • Iris Brooch Pink tourmalines, green garnet, platinum c.

    'Artistic Luxury': 100-Year-Old Bling

  • Rosenthal sets tiny rubies with amethysts, pink tourmalines and orange sapphires to create a spray of violets that look fresh from the market.

    Powell Pulls Through

  • Investment Promotion Centre, reported this week that recent discoveries of tourmalines and rubelite in the central rural district of Barue had resulted in a rush by locals to dig for the stones and then sell them to the buyers who were not registered.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Deposits of tourmalines and rubelite were recently discovered in the

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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