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Indicolite is the trade name given to the greenish-blue to blue sub-variety of elbaite, which is itself one of the 32 sub-species of tourmaline. As green is more commonly encountered in elbaite than blue, the material becomes increasingly more rare and valuable as the green component within its hue decreases. However, despite being the color from which its name is obviously derived, indicolite does not possess the purplish tones that are present within indigo.

Bluish elbaite crystals tend to be rather long and narrow. As a result, they are usually fashioned into elongated rectangular forms, which are generally regarded as being more saleable than similarly-proportioned ovals.

It should be noted that the use of tourmaline trade names is being discouraged within the gem and jewelry industry, and it is therefore becoming increasingly common for this material to be instead simply referred to as “blue tourmaline”.

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