Tanaznite diamond 18k white gold watch
Multi strand tanzanite diamond necklace
Bead and faceted tanzanite
Multi strand tanzanite diamond necklace
Tanaznite coral diamond brooch

Tanzanite first found in 1967 in an area of northern Tanzania in eastern Africa.  In 1968, Tiffany & Co. stepped in to promote this stone and gave it a name as “Tanzanite”. The company began using large, fine-quality tanzanites as affordable and more abailable alternatives to the best blue sapphire.

Most-prized colour is a pure blue similar to fine sapphire’s or an intense violet-blue all its own.

Most tanzanite is heat-treated (600-650°C) to turn it from a browish hue to a more marketable blue.

Learn more: https://www.gia.edu/tanzanite


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