Black Tourmaline Jewelry

Black Tourmaline Jewelry

Tourmaline Bead Bracelet Item: tbkj233x These tourmaline bead bracelets are available with 2 different sizes of tourmaline beads (please see below) Handcrafted from natural tourmaline crystals mined in Brazil These genuine tourmaline bead bracelets are strung with natural tourmaline beads on an elastic band fitting all wrist sizes up to size 7 1/2. Most of these genuine tourmaline beads are so dark that they are actually black tourmalines, while a few are a very dark green or dark brown. These are all untreated natural color tourmaline beads with no dyes, no fillers, and no epoxies! They are 100% natural tourmaline beads, and when examined closely they show natural pits & cracks (see close-up photo) with occasional flat spots on their surfaces, and there are occasional small inclusions of other minerals within the tourmaline. The beads in these genuine tourmaline bracelets were hand-ground & polished from natural tourmalines mined in Brazil. We have these genuine tourmaline bead bracelets available in two approximate bead diameter sizes, please see below to order.
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Black Tourmaline Jewelry

Item: tbkj233x These tourmaline bead bracelets are available with 2 different sizes of tourmaline beads (please see below) Handcrafted from natural tourmaline crystals mined in Brazil These genuine tourmaline bead bracelets are strung with natural tourmaline beads on an elastic band fitting all wrist sizes up to size 7 1/2. Most of these genuine tourmaline beads are so dark that they are actually black tourmalines, while a few are a very dark green or dark brown. These are all untreated natural color tourmaline beads with no dyes, no fillers, and no epoxies! They are 100% natural tourmaline beads, and when examined closely they show natural pits & cracks (see close-up photo) with occasional flat spots on their surfaces, and there are occasional small inclusions of other minerals within the tourmaline. The beads in these genuine tourmaline bracelets were hand-ground & polished from natural tourmalines mined in Brazil. We have these genuine tourmaline bead bracelets available in two approximate bead diameter sizes, please see below to order.
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Black Tourmaline Jewelry

In addition, see our pages displaying natural rutilated quartz jewelry, and our natural green tourmaline crystals. We even have green tourmaline crystals set into unique green tourmaline jewelry designs. See also our genuine sunset tourmaline jewelry.
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Black Tourmaline Jewelry

The most common species of Tourmaline is Schorl, which accounts for ninety-five percent of all Tourmaline in nature. It is black, or sometimes a blue so deep it appears to be black. The term Schorl was in use before the 1400s, named for a town in Saxony, Germany, where Black Tourmaline was found in nearby tin mines.
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Black Tourmaline Jewelry

ARI Handmade Bronze Black Tourmaline Necklace ARI Tourmaline Necklace This beauty is made from hand-sculpted bronze and features lovely raw black Tourmaline stones. The bronze was sculpted from Bronze metal clay, fired in a kiln until solid metal remains, and then sanded and polished to perfection. I love the primitive design combined with modern touches. The chain is solid red brass and has links that are soldered shut. This piece also looks great layered with many of my other designs…
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Black Tourmaline Jewelry

ARI Handmade Bronze Black Tourmaline Necklace ARI Tourmaline Necklace This beauty is made from hand-sculpted bronze and features lovely raw black Tourmaline stones. The bronze was sculpted from Bronze metal clay, fired in a kiln until solid metal remains, and then sanded and polished to perfection. I love the primitive design combined with modern touches. The chain is solid red brass and has links that are soldered shut. This piece also looks great layered with many of my other designs…See More
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Black Tourmaline Jewelry

Tourmaline with black color energy deepens our connection to the physical, natural world. It brings power and strength, relieving fears specifically associated with the physical existence here on Earth. Black Tourmaline offers protection and a retreat, the safety of being hidden from your enemies.
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Black Tourmaline Jewelry

Black Tourmaline utilizes Water energy, the energy of stillness, quiet strength, and purification. It embodies potentialities unrealized. It is yielding, formless, yet powerful. The Water element brings power of regeneration and rebirth. It is the energy of the circle of life. Use black tourmaline crystals to enhance any space that you use for repose, calm reflection, or prayer. Water energy is traditionally associated with the North area of a home or room. It is associated with the Career and Life Path area, its flowing energy assuring a balance of energy as your life unfolds and flows.
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Tourmaline belongs to a complex family of aluminum borosilicates mixed with iron, magnesium, or other various metals that, depending on the proportions of its components, may form as red, pink, yellow, brown, black, green, blue or violet. Its prismatic, vertically striated crystals may be long and slender, or thick and columnar, and are uniquely triangular in cross-section. They often vary in coloration within a single specimen, lengthwise or in cross sections, and may be transparent or opaque. The name Tourmaline comes from an ancient Sinhalese word turmali, meaning “a mixed color precious stone,” or turamali, meaning “something small from the earth.”
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Tourmaline is a shamanic stone, providing protection during ritual work. It can be used for scrying, and was traditionally used to point out a cause of trouble or an offender, and to indicate a good direction in which to move. To use Black Tourmaline in purification and protection rituals, create a ring of eight small natural tumblestones for a protection circle or place upon an altar.
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Although Tourmaline may be found on every continent, fine crystal specimens and gems are still considered rare and can be quite expensive. Its vast popularity as a gemstone began in 1876, when mineralogist and jeweler George Kunz sold a Green Tourmaline from Maine to the famous Tiffany and Co. in New York, and its desirability spread. More recently it has become a favorite of metaphysical collectors and practitioners for its versatile energy properties.
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One of Tourmaline’s most distinguishing properties is its ability to become electrically charged simply by heating or rubbing it. When charged, one end becomes positive and the other negative, allowing it to attract, or repel, particles of dust or bits of paper. This property of pyroelectricity (from heat) or piezoelectricity (from pressure or rubbing) was well-known to the Dutch traders of the 1700s who used Tourmaline to pull ash from their Meerschaum pipes, calling the stone Aschentrekker, or “ash puller.”
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Tourmaline was known to the ancients in the Mediterranean. Egyptian legend speaks of how Tourmaline made its journey from the center of the Earth and passed over a rainbow, taking with it all of the colors as its own. The Romans used these stones for their relaxing properties of inducing tranquil sleep, calming the mind and relaxing the body.
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In India, a likeness of Alexander the Great was carved in Tourmaline and dates to around the second or third century B.C., and in rituals of this culture, Tourmaline was used to provide direction toward that which would bring good, and was believed to be a “teller” stone to provide insight as to who or what was causing trouble.
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Tourmaline was first brought to Europe by Dutch traders in the 1700s who gave it the name, Aschentrekker, or “ash puller,” for its alternating powers of attracting, then repelling, hot ashes from burning coals when the stone was laid near the coals for any length of time. The Dutch traders used the crystals to pull ashes from their Meerschaum pipes. This ability to gain magnetic powers and become electrically “polar” by means of heat readily distinguished Tourmaline from any other gem.
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More recently, some in the metaphysical world have come to believe Tourmaline is not indigenous to Earth, but has been materialized onto our planet by higher life forms to assist humans with their transition into the Aquarian Age. It is further believed that special Tourmaline wands are being created in alchemical laboratories deep in the Andes in South America, and the enlightened beings who perform this magic dematerializes these wands, transports and then rematerializes them into mines in South America. These perfectly terminated wands may be up to twelve inches long and contain the full color spectrum, capable of vibrating all of the chakras simultaneously as they align the consciousness with the omnipotent cosmic force. Once mined, these wands attract themselves to those who intuitively know how to use them.
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Needles of Black Tourmaline, or Schorl, can also be found embedded in clear Quartz, called Tourmalinated or Tourmalated Quartz. The combination of clear white and radiant black are believed to create a perfect polarity of energies, a manifestation of light and dark forces united together for a common goal. It is regarded as a symbol of great fortune and is not carried as an ongoing charm, but when specific good luck is needed.
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Black Tourmaline is an excellent grounding crystal for meditation and healing, and a small number of Black Tourmalines are double-terminated, ideal for body layouts. The linear flow of energies is enhanced equally in both directions along the crystalline form.
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There are a number of health benefits of Black Tourmaline stone. It will help you to release stress, and as this health problem is so widespread these days, we could all benefit from having a piece of this crystal nearby.

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