5.5 x 4.5 x 3 cm
Meaning "all colors," tourmaline has become the most fascinating of all gem crystals. In the past 10 years, the interest in tourmaline has spiked tremendously! Many special pockets are named and pedigreed, and the sheer variety in tourmaline will always keep it popular. Look for and get to know the various color zoning, usually in the form of banding and core-coloring. Tourmaline has somewhat of a cult following. Its just one of those gems that never ceases to amaze!!
Erongo is a historically famous deposit in Namibia that excites the mineral community year after year. Known for its aesthetic Aquamarine clusters and combo finds with Aqua, Fluorite, Schorl, Quartz and Feldspar, Erongo also boasts rarities like Jeremejevite. There is a wide variety of Quartz in the Erongo region, and the area's pegmatites produce world class Tourmalines.