Tourmaline is one of the most popular gemstones. From 1990’s its popularity has gained over the time. The most specific use of Tourmaline is in the jewellery industry. This gemstone is cut into many styles and forms as per the need of the jeweller to make the jewellery more precious and beautiful. This crystal is one of the most prized crystals and the finest crystals are in high demand by the jewellery or design experts (Schumann, 2006). The thick and elongated tourmaline crystals are sold as ‘tourmaline cross sections’. The other best use of this gemstone is in the high-pressure gauges because of its piezoelectric nature. Tourmaline is also used in house decorations or in designing of clothes to have better look and design by many designers. It is important to make sure that the colour intensity and saturation is perfect while buying such gemstones as these two characteristics defines the quality of the gemstone (Darrell, 2011).