The Tourmaline Jewelry
Our Tourmaline Jewelry
Tourmaline jewelry provides you with a wide variety of colors to choose from, including red, green, blue and multi-colored stones—more colors than any other gemstone. Multi-colored tourmaline is caused when there are changes in the composition of its crystal as the gemstone grows. Majority of tourmaline is mined in Brazil and Africa. The Tourmaline is one of the birthstones of October (the other is opal).
While tourmaline isn’t the most durable gemstone, this should hold up well in an engagement rings setting. With a hardness form 7 to 7.5, a tourmaline has a greater susceptibility to scratches than the diamond or a sapphire.
The emeralds belong to the beryl family, they are known to have a hardness of between 7.5 and 8 on the Mohs scale. Most emeralds command a high price, which adds to their unique appeal. Tourmaline ranks between 7 and 7.5 on the Mohs scale.
Lee Dorn Jewelers specializes in designing custom jewelry. We offer unique designer jewelry from around the world that captures the imagination and expression of individual style. The store is located in Madison, WI. Our have over 30 years of experience in the jewelry industry. The Gallery features examples of classic, distinctive, contemporary, and traditional jewelry.
Our collection at Lee Dorn Jewelers includes tourmaline jewelry. We look forward to helping you find a piece of tourmaline jewelry that is right for you.