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Tourmaline – October’s Birthstone

The term ‘Tourmaline’ is the name given to a large group of boron silicate minerals. Tourmaline has a hardness rating of 7-7.5. This gemstone can be found in a wide variety of colours such as green, pink, blue, yellow, red, orange and colour-zoned/bi-coloured (two-toned). Some of the locations that tourmaline is mined around the world include Brazil, many parts of Africa, Afghanistan, Indonesia and Sri Lanka.

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