This unique and stunning butterfly pendant was created using a Himalaya Mine Tourmaline. The delicate butterfly wings were cut and masterfully carved from a beautiful slice of Tourmaline. The carving enhances the color and beauty of this spectacular gem. It is set in 14 karat gold.
This stunning blue-green Tourmaline crystal from our favorite mine, The OceanView Mine in Pala, CA. Measuring approximately 29m x 17mm. (with Clevelandite measures 39mm x 28mm). This is one any gem collector would love!
Check out our coolest new find find in Pala! Our very own 49’er pocket was first discovered in September 2007 on mine owner Jeff Swanger’s 49th birthday. This pocket is located just under the famous Kahuna II where many treasures were found.
We know you love tourmaline as much as we do and we just unearthed some breathtaking fine tourmaline out of the mine on Thursday, 10/15/15! We have been blessed with multiple pockets lately at the Oceanview Mine. We will be offering some of the finest tourmalines from these pockets for sale, for a limited time.
This 62 Gram Paprok Crystal is from the famous Paprocki mines Afghanistan. Paprok has produced some of the most iconic Tourmaline specimens in the world. Featuring some of the most vivid colors, the crystal has supreme luster and clarity..
This is the first guidebook to the large variety of gemstones and crystals found in the granite pegmatites surrounding Pala, California, that includes the crystals in their natural rough state right out of the ground. Crystals included: Quartz, Tourmaline, Aquamarine, Kunzite, Lepidolite, and more!
Check out these “made in the USA” sterling silver Chief Mountain pendants. They are uniquely set with a beautiful pink Tourmaline stone. Choose between a horizontal or vertical orientation. The vertical pendant measures 1 ¼” x ⅝”. The horizontal pendant measures … Continued
What's Hot In Tucson is back with another stunning episode with Hosts David Wilberand Bob Jones. This two-disc DVD set takes three weeks of the 2013 Tucson mineral show and compresses the major events down into four hours of programming.