This is an adorable and cute example for the Schorl as known as Black Tourmaline with creamy white cleavelandite rosettes attached as matrix. The Schorl crystal has magnificent vitreous wet metallic luster, perfect smooth top termination and fine crystal edges. The Schorl crystal is well crystalized all around nicely holding the cleavelandite matrix.
||Schorl Black Tourmaline with Cleavelandite matrix
||H: 3.7 x W: 3.5 x D: 3.2 cm
||Urundu Mine, Shigar Valley, Skardu District, Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan
Tourmaline is an extremely popular gemstone; the name Tourmaline is derived from Turamali, which is thought to mean "stone with mixed colors." Color is king for tourmaline, which is found in more shades and hues than any other gem. It varies in transparency and color to a substantial extent. Crystals of tourmaline may be of different colors in different portions or uniform color throughout, which makes them appealing.
Tourmaline Varieties: Buergerite, Chrom Dravite, Dravite, Elbaite, Feruvite, Foitite, Liddicoatite, Magnesio Foitite, Olenite, Povondraite, Rossmanite, Schorl, Uvite, Vanadium Dravite Enormous deposits of tourmaline are located in Afghanistan, Brazil, China, India, Kenya, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Russia, Sri Lanka, USA, Vietnam, and Zambia.
||Depending on color
||7 - 7.5
||Black, Brown, Violet, Green, Pink, or in a dual-colored pink and green and many more
Healing Properties of Tourmaline:
Balance, Compassion, Happiness, Happiness, Objectivity, Serenity, Positive transformation, Strength, Understanding
- Tourmaline helps to treat paranoia, improve hand-eye combination, and overcomes dyslexia.
- Tourmaline eliminates misunderstanding and helps you to understand yourself and others.
- Tourmaline releases tension, diminishes fear, and promotes self-confidence.
- Astrologists recommend tourmaline for body detoxification and stress reduction.