Gemstones can often have more than one color in a single stone. Gems that are two colors are known as bicolored gems, and these include tourmaline gemstones. Tourmaline is a gemstone that occurs in almost every color of the rainbow, and may have two or more colors in one stone. Another popular tourmaline variety is 'watermelon' tourmaline, which displays three colors in a single stone. We have bicolored natural tourmaline gems in various colors, shapes, cutting styles and sizes, for example, scissor-cut octagonal bicolor tourmaline. From this page, you can use our filters at the top or on the left-hand side to find gems by color, shape, cut and so on. For example, select 'baguette' to see all of our baguette-shaped bicolor tourmaline gems. You can also filter by single, pairs, lots, faceted gems or cabochons by using the check boxes at the top.
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Overall Rating -> 10
I was very pleased with the selection and clarity of the turquoise. I do wish you would state which mines it came from though.
GemSelect has a wide selection of gems with photos of the actual gem that you will be purchasing, not some stock photo. Once a purchase is made, you can print out a certificate of authenticity. You know you are getting the real thing. The pricing is competitive. Their website also has useful information about gems.The website is easy to use. I have made multiple purchases with GemSelect, and I will be back again!