A tiny section of tourmaline, yet it seems to have a mountainous scale as well as a surprisingly rich rainbow of colours.
Tourmaline was first brought to Britain from Ceylon (as was) in the eighteenth century.
It is a semi-precious stone that contains aluminium, iron, magnesium, sodium, lithium, or potassium - hence this magnificent range of colours.
Oh, and a wonderful scarf in silk too!
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