Oracle Necklace with Cuprian Tourmaline Adam
Sold and in private collection. Please contact us about related designs.
This grand necklace showcases a magnificent 17.83 carat cuprian tourmaline adorned by 900 pavé set diamonds in white gold with a green titanium collar.
This one-of-a-kind piece is in the private collection “Somewhere in the Rainbow”. For questions or custom design featuring exceptional tourmaline, call (949) 715-0953 or use the contact form below.
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From his Laguna Beach studio, designer and goldsmith Adam Neeley pushes the boundaries of modern jewelry design. His award-winning jewelry is celebrated by jewelry industry authorities, collectors, and the Smithsonian Institution. We invite you to learn more by visiting our About Adam and Welcome pages.
Tourmaline is a part of the complex borosilicate mineral family. When certain members of that family contain copper, manganese and a trace amount of gold, a cuprian or Paraiba tourmaline results. Beyond being colorful, cuprian tourmaline appear to glow with a neon quality, even before it’s been cut and polished. This seemingly electric luminosity is an interaction of manganese and copper. For its beauty and rarity, cuprian tourmaline is one of the most valuable gemstones in the market. This extraordinary neon green cuprian tourmaline from Mozambique is considered the finest example in the world.