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Necklace Details

Item#: F9126

Precious Metal: 18K Yellow & White Gold

Gem: .27 carat Blue Maine Tourmaline
Diamonds: 5 = .15 carat total

Pendant Length: 9/16″ (top of bail to bottom of pendant)

Chain: 18″ 14K Yellow Gold

Blue Maine Tourmaline & Diamond Necklace

Item #: F9126

Blue Maine tourmaline is beautiful and rare. Each year only a handful of blues become available. If you fall in love with a blue Maine tourmaline piece of jewelry, we suggest you acquire it. When it’s gone, it’s gone, and there is a near-guarantee that we don’t have another gem like it.

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Necklace Details

Item#: F9126

Precious Metal: 18K Yellow & White Gold

Gem: .27 carat Blue Maine Tourmaline
Diamonds: 5 = .15 carat total

Pendant Length: 9/16″ (top of bail to bottom of pendant)

Chain: 18″ 14K Yellow Gold

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Blue Maine Tourmaline &
Diamond Necklace

 

Blue Maine Tourmaline

Blue Maine tourmaline is beautiful and rare. Each year only a handful of blues become available. If you fall in love with a blue Maine tourmaline piece of jewelry, we suggest you acquire it. When it’s gone, it’s gone, and there is a near-guarantee that we don’t have another gem like it.

 

Tourmaline: A Maine Story, An American Gem

First discovered in 1820, subsequent finds over the years put Maine on the world map as a source for high quality tourmaline gems. A major discovery in 1972 on Plumbago Mountain in Newry, Maine cemented Maine as a significant world source of fine tourmaline gemstones.

Cross recognized the historic significance of this find and began working closely with the miners of these magnificent gems. The close partnership continues today with the ongoing discoveries in Maine’s western mountains.


 

Rarity
Art & Colored Gemstones

If you fell in love with a painting from an artist and wanted to buy two, you could purchase prints and they would be identical. If you wanted two originals, the artist may accommodate your request, but there would be differences – brush-stroke, gesture, placement, or slight color variations.

When it comes to natural colored gemstones, we are limited by what nature has provided. Some colored gemstones, such as blue topaz and citrine, there is sufficient supply and you can get close to the concept of “prints” that you find in the art world.

When it comes to Maine tourmaline there are no “prints”. There is a limited supply of gems and each gemstone is a singular work of nature. Depending on a Maine tourmaline’s size, shape or color, there may not be another one like it.

 

100% Natural

We’ve been to the mines. We know the miners. We know the gem cutters. We guarantee our tourmaline to be from Maine and 100% natural. Cross maintains the largest collection of fine Maine tourmaline jewelry in the world.

 

Window of Opportunity

Nearly fifty years have passed since the major 1972 tourmaline find in Newry, Maine. They found 3.5 million carats of tourmaline crystals there. Over the years, collected wisely, knowing that gem finds don’t last forever. There are now colors, sizes, and shapes that are extremely rare, and in some cases no longer available. If you see something you love, it’s best to act quickly. There’s no guarantee another like it exists.

Case in point: In 2007 there was a find of tourmaline in Newry, Maine called Eureka Blue. People loved the color. The gems sold quickly, but the find was small and the mining only lasted a few seasons. By 2013 all the large Eureka gems had sold. We still get calls from people hoping to buy. What they want, however, simply does not exist.

Gem finds are rare, especially in North America. Maine tourmaline is a piece of Maine and American history, it’s a connection to place, and an exquisite creation of nature. Today, there is a rare opportunity to own a bit of Maine/American pride and heritage, in choosing a piece of Maine tourmaline jewelry.

 

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Shop with Confidence

Since 1908, Cross Jewelers has maintained a guiding philosophy of our founder William Cross, to use the very best gems and precious metals in order to create fine, well-made jewelry. William also believed in putting the best, most conservative price on everything he created. We continue that tradition today.

Providing that the markets remain stable, the price you see today is the price you’ll see next week or next month.  In over 100 years we’ve never had a sale. All our prices are real, so you can shop online or in our store with confidence.

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Purchases under $1,000 are shipped free FedEx (please allow 3 to 5 business days for delivery). Upgraded to expedited delivery for $20.

Purchases over $1,000 are shipped free overnight. A signature is required on delivery.

Need a delivery to arrive on a specific day? Ask, we can arrange that. Would it be more convenient to deliver to your business address or directly to the recipient? We can do that too.

By providing us your e-mail address, you will receive tracking information on the progress of your delivery once it is shipped.

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30-Day Returns/Exchanges

We realize that sometimes a gift is purchased well in advance of presentation. To accommodate early decisions and to also ensure that you love your new purchase we provide a full 30 days from the date of purchase for a refund or exchange.

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