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0.70ct Ruby ring with 0.47tct diamonds set in 14K yellow gold
7.87ct Multi gemstones ring with 0.25ct diamonds set in 14K yellow gold
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Excellence in Tanzanite
We cut and polish the sourced tanzanite in our manufacturing unit, with the use of internationally updated methods and techniques to get a perfect size, proportion, finish, size and shape. Our artisans and jeweler craftsmen are some of the best in the industry, committed to excel with each tanzanite they carve. Large quantities and lower prices do not mean that we compromise on quality. We carry a very rigorous procedure for quality control at all the stages of manufacturing to ensure that the best quality is delivered. We stand behind each and every product that we sell and offer 30 days money-back guarantee.
Tanzanite is the trade name used for blue color gem quality crystals of the mineral zoisite. Tanzania is the only place in the entire world tanzanite is found, making it an extremely rare gemstone. Unlike most other gems which have been around for hundreds of years, Tanzanite wasn't discovered until 1967. The mining area of tanzanite is about eight square miles in the Mererani Hills, near Arusha and Mount Kilimanjaro.
Yes, you can. All our items follow a 30-day return policy. If, for any reason, you would like to return a purchase you have made, simply email or call us for return authorization. Our staff will provide you with a return number that we will match up once your return is received. We strive in making our customers happy and desire a long-term business relationship with you. We want to be your first recommendation for beautiful tanzanite to your family and friends.
Since Tanzanites are treated with heat to produce violet-blue color, avoid sudden temperature changes and harsh abrasives to maintain the quality of the stone.
Buying from the source for any gemstone is a smart way to buy. When Tanzanite One’s Sightholder system was still in place, our parent company was one of the largest sightholders they had and so we were able to provide goods directly from the source. Nowadays, we purchase the rough in Arusha, Tanzania, and cut the gemstones ourselves. We have been trading tanzanite globally, including supplying the major retailers in the US, for more than 30 years. In the wake of the online revolution, we also decided to serve our retail customers by opening our online store, TopTanzanite.com. Our tanzanite is graded according to GIA standards, and we guarantee safe and secure online transactions! Our products are shipped with a 30-day money back guarantee on the purchase price of the item.
Tanzanite is a thousand times rarer than diamonds! It is the extracted from an area with a radius of about eight miles at the foothills of Mt. Kilimanjaro (Tanzania), making Rarity one of the tanzanite's primary claims to fame. Geologists argue that its formation is so unique, the chances of another such occurrence is a million to one. The rarity and beauty of tanzanite have spiked the value of tanzanite globally. Being the second most revered gem by 2002 and then added to the birthstone list soon after, tanzanite's value has skyrocketed. Despite being the only gem added to the birthstone list since 1952, Tanzanite is currently a third of the cost of sapphire, but there is no doubt that with the estimation of only few years of tanzanite mining left, the value will be hitting new heights.
Tanzanite is a hydrous calcium aluminum silicate with a hardness of 6 - 7 on the Mohs scale. Tanzanite has a similar hardness to emerald but is less brittle. It is the recommended that tanzanite should not be the worn during activities that inflict excessive wear, but it can be worn as a necklace or earrings daily.
All tanzanite is heated to relatively low temperatures to produce violet-blue color. This process complements the natural heating process that occurs before it is mined and is done to drive off impurities, leaving it more stable and with no structural or chemical alteration evidenced between heated and unheated tanzanite. The color of tanzanite is permanent.
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