Mint tourmalines are tourmalines with pastel hues of light green to blueish green or yellowish green. Tourmalines make up a huge family of gemstones. Like most cut specimens, mint tourmalines belong to the elbaite species. In the past, Maine and California were the largest producers of tourmaline. Today, countries all over the world produce tourmalines, with most deposits scattered across Africa and Asia. Since green tourmalines are usually naturally eye-clean, gem cutters have the freedom to work with them without worrying about compromising the beautiful color of these gems. As for the mint green shade, it’s almost impossible to find this invigorating hue in other gems. This makes mint tourmalines very unique in terms of color.
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