The gorgeous, soothing pale green gemstone has been known to date back to the 10th century BC and found near the Amazon River Basin in Brazil, but formerly found in granite rock in the Ilmensky Mountains in Miass, Russia. It has been more recently found in Pike's Peak, Colorado. Inspiring truth, honor, integrity, self love and sincerity, Amazonite has become a Toulou customer favorite.
Amber is an amazing look back into history. Over 350 million years old, Amber is fossilized tree resin and considered a gem and not a gemstone. The gem comes in a variety of yellows, oranges and browns with a transparency that will amaze you as you can clearly see inclusions of leaves, flowers, insects and more.
According to the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), these gems are far more expensive and valued by scientists who study our earliest ecosystems. Rare colors such as greens and blues can be found. The newest collection of Amber on the market is called Butterscotch Amber, a more milky, buttery yellow with swirls of nature. It has been told that you can “scratch and sniff” your Amber to smell the aromatic oils. See Toulou’s Amber collection and scratch your own...shop earrings, bracelets, and rings that were handpicked by Toulou stylists from silversmiths in Poland.
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Lapis Lazuli is known for its beauty, royalty and intense, blue color. It is one of the oldest gems stretching back more than 7,000 years from the original mine in Afghanistan's remote Badakhshan district. A combination of calcite, lazurite and pyrite, Lapis is highly adored. Find gorgeous Lapis Lazuli jewelry including earrings, rings and necklaces at Toulou.
Larimar is one of the newest discoveries in the gemstone world found by a Peace Corps volunteer in 1974. It formed millions of years ago from volcanic activity on a remote mountain in the Dominican Republic. It is the color of the sea it is mined near. This gem is 20 times more rare than Tanzanite and may soon be exist. The Lore: Soothing + Eases Stress + Positivity
Native American tribes have been handcrafting jewelry over ten thousand years old. They crafted jewelry as a form of communication telling a tale of their family and the tale of time The tribes most famously known for jewelry making are the Navajo, Hopi and Apache. Our Native American Collection features Navajo-made jewelry, Zuni Inlaid jewelry, Overlays by the Hopi tribe and much more. Artists such as Geneive Blackgoat, Harold Tom and Dorothy Yazzie grace our collection.
Bring your unique style to life with our Southwest, Native American Collection featuring Turquoise from the famous Kingman mine, Mediterranean Coral, Black Onyx, White Buffalo and much more.
Toulou has handpicked unique, high-quality Sterling Silver necklaces enhanced with beautiful, eye-catching natural gemstones from around the world. Shop Toulou's unique necklaces and pendants handpicked by talented stylists that ensure your piece will always be trendy.
Add a Sterling Silver Adjustable Chain to any pendant to make the necklace complete.
Spiny Oyster, gems of the sea, is the common name for Spondylus—Yes, a bivalve mollusk; cousins of the scallop not really an oyster. This beautiful gem comes in purple and orange here at Toulou. Check out our Native American Collection for more pieces with Spiny and Turquoise, a beautiful combination. All our pieces are uniquely handcrafted by Native American Silversmiths.
Taxco, Mexico has been known as the silver capital of the world producing famous jewelry artists such as William Spratling, Antonio Pineda, Antonio Castillo, Margot Castillo and Miguel Melendez. Our Taxco Collection features classic and modern pieces by these artists and many more. They are known for using traditional, respected silversmithing techniques producing quality, unique jewelry.
Tiger's Eye gemstone has been adored for years. Brown-banded quartz glimmers with each movement creating a unique touch of class. Tiger's Eye is mined in the United States as well as Canada, Brazil, China, India, and Burma.
Turquoise is a well-identified, rare semi-precious gemstone known for its rich blue/green shades and unique inclusions. Considered a sacred stone by the Native Americans, Turquoise jewelry is frequently found in the southwestern United States. Our Turquoise Collection features cabochons from the famous Kingman mine, Dry Creek Turquoise and several other American varieties. Only handcrafted in Sterling Silver, our collection will make your jaw drop. Artists such as Geneive Blackgoat and Dorothy Yazzie grace our collection.