Tourmaline

Color: Commonly black, but can range from colourless, brown, violet, etc.
Symbolism: Luck and Happiness.
Anecdote: Tourmaline was sometimes called the “Ceylonese [Sri Lankan] Magnet” because it could attract and then repel hot ashes due to its pyroelectric properties
Source: Myanmar, the United States, Brazil, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Nigeria, Afghanistan, Zambia.

– Rubellite Tourmaline : Pink variety of Tourmaline
– Paraiba Tourmaline
– Bi-colour Tourmaline

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