JEWELLERY TO TREASURE

For all your special occasions let us help you design your dream piece of jewellery for our master craftsman to create into reality. Our team of professionals include GIA and FGA gemologists, jewellery designers, master jewellers and lapidarist. Our experts will be happy to help you with other services, valuations, ring sizing, repairs, engraving, cleaning and polishing.

The name tourmaline comes from the Singhalese words ‘tura mali’. In translation, this means something like ‘stone with mixed colours’, referring to the colour spectrum of this gemstone, which outdoes that of all other precious stones.¬†Tourmalines are gems with an incomparable variety of colours. The reason, according to an old Egyptian legend, is that the tourmaline, on its long journey up from the centre of the Earth, passed over a rainbow. In doing so, it assumed all the colours of the rainbow. And that is why it is still referred to as the ‘gemstone of the rainbow’ today and is the birthstone for October.

TOURMALINE