SILVER, GOLD AND TOURMALINE RING BY BRIAN LASSMAN
Although known for a long time in the Mediterranean region, it was in 1703 that the Dutch imported it into Europe.
Their name comes from the Sinhalese word turamali, which means “stone of many colours”.
Tourmalines are classified into several varieties according to their colour.
All shades of green are called verdelites.
Henceforth, the term tourmaline followed by a colour name replaces the names of the varieties of the stone (here, silver, gold and green tourmaline ring).
Jewels presented at Galerie Kara are precious and delicate.
We recommend you some precautions so that they preserve their original beauty.
wearing them during sports activities
contact with cosmetic products
sleep wearing them
The stones, by dint of being worn, become slightly opaque.
Do not hesitate to clean them with dish soap and a small soft brush. The result is magical!
Store them in their original packaging in order to protect from light, heat and humidity.