Diamond Alternatives: Tourmaline Engagement Rings

 

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In case you’re not familiar with this semi-precious stone, Tourmaline is a gorgeous alternative to diamond, emeralds, sapphires, and ruby engagement rings. While the most common color is black, the stone’s name is derived from the Singhalese phrase “tura mali,” meaning “stone mixed with vibrant colors.” In addition to being incredibly striking, some people say it has detoxifying powers…which means I can FINALLY claim that I bought a piece of jewelry because it’s good for me! 🙂

Several of my favorite jewelry designers (Anna Sheffield, Irene Neuwirth) are designing rings with this stone, and I LOVE the results (especially the pink tourmaline!). If you’re looking for a diamond alternative for your engagement ring (or any ring for that matter), this could be perfect for you. I’ve included a few of my favorites in every price range, below!

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Tourmaline Astarte Ring by Anna Sheffield
Tourmaline Astarte Ring by Anna Sheffield, $8,650
Green Tourmaline Ring With Diamond Pave by Irene Neuwirth
Green Tourmaline Ring With Diamond Pave by Irene Neuwirth, $9,415
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Pink Rhodium-Plated Sterling Silver Morganite & Tourmaline Twist Ring, $250
Gold Celestial Sunset Ring by Ruifier, $1,040
Gold Celestial Sunset Ring by Ruifier, $1,040
Pink tourmaline crystal stick ring by Melissa Joy Manning, $700
Pink tourmaline crystal stick ring by Melissa Joy Manning, $700

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