Why Are Tanzanite Bracelets So Precious?
Found almost exclusively in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, The Diamond Store has taken one of nature's most enchanting and rare minerals to create some of the most breath-taking tanzanite bracelets
Birthstone - Tanzanite is the Birthstone for December.
Elegant designs and an astonishingly beautiful gemstone combine to achieve sensational results in our tanzanite gold bracelets.
Easy-to-wear and impossible to forget, it's hard to be anything other than fabulous in our diamond and tanzanite line bracelets. Each of our gold tanzanite bracelets are exquisitely handcrafted and beautifully finished to add a touch of class to any ensemble.
Presented in The Diamond Store's luxurious packaging they are ready to give as gifts from the moment they arrive, complete with free personalised gift message and gift bag. Available in both yellow gold and white gold, our tanzanite bracelets come with a free insurance valuation certificate and a 5 year guarantee.
Interesting Facts About Tanzanites....
Tanzanite is an incredibly new gemstone having only been discovered in Northern Tanzania in 1967. Located predominantly around the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, it is actually reddish brown in its natural state. As almost all tanzanite is heat treated to bring out the colour, the process does not have any impact on its' value.
So far, there has been no other source found of this gorgoues blue/violet gemstone which is actually 1000 times rarer than diamonds. In 2002, tanzanite was made one of the birthstone's for December by the American Gem Trade Association.
The largest tanzanite to date was found in 2008 at a TanzaniteOne mine in Merelani, Tanzania. The 525.55 carat stone was cleaned and expertly cut in Jaipur, India and was ready for display at the Tuscon annual GJX Gem Show by February 2009.
One of the most expensive pair of sandals ever made featured several large tanzanites, including a central 16 carat pear-shaped stone. The decadent footwear by creator Stuart Weitzman included 185 carats of tanzanite with 28 carats of diamond in a silver leather, open-toe design. They were worth a staggering $2 million.