The appealing blue shade, with violet suggestions, makes tanzanite a brilliant choice for blue sapphire. It is also considered the 'most delightful blue stone' to have been found in the last 2,000 years. This jewel is named after Tanzania, the East African nation where it is solely mined. Viewed as more uncommon than jewels, tanzanites are reputed to go terminated following 15 or 20 years.

Tanzanite jewelry pieces look intense, rich and show a captivating color change into a violet tint under radiant lighting. If you wish to make this gem a piece of your closet, then browse our stunning tanzanite gemstone jewelry collection to suit each event and style. From Earrings and Rings to Pendant and Necklaces, we have them all.    


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