Tourmaline is classified as a semi-precious stone and the gemstone comes in a wide variety of gorgeous colors. It clears negative energy or transforms it into good energy that is then used to strengthen the body and spirit.

The wide range of compositions and color zoning within crystals causes tourmaline to occur in more colors and color combinations than any other mineral group!These bicolor crystals are known as "zoned crystals." Cut gemstones with distinctly different color zones are known as parti-color gems.


In many gems, color zoning is undesirable because most gem and jewelry buyers prefer stones that have a single, uniform face-up color. Tourmaline is an exception to this trend. Gems cut from color-zoned crystals with pleasing colors are a novelty prized by designers and collectors.


We use ethical sourced diamonds and gem stones. Each unique tourmaline stone used in each Miarante gem stone piece is hand cut and hand selected. Tiny stones are often cut from broken and damaged stones; primarily from jewelry that was sold for its gold content. 


  • To minimize scratching and wear, store each piece of fine jewelry separately in a soft cloth or padded container.
  • Exposure to high heat is not recommended. Strong heat may alter color and sudden temperature changes may cause fracturing.
  • Tourmaline jewelry is best cleaned with warm, sudsy water and a tightly woven microfiber or other soft cloth.