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Matinee pearl necklace with rose-coloured tourmalines and diamonds
Clemens Wolff, probably Germany 1970s. White gold 18k. All-round creme-coloured Akoya cultured pearls (Diam. 6,9 to
Matches lot 1057 and 1058.
Tourmaline was already known in antiquity but has only been used in Europe since 1700. The word tourmaline goes back to the Singhalese word «turamali», which means «stone with mixed colours». Today there are various names for the different colour varieties on the market. For example, the stones from pink to red are called rubellite and the green stones are known as verdelite.