Can you guess the value of tanzanite before jumping to the next slides?
Let me help you with that. Tanzanite is a trichroic gem that can show blue, red-violet and yellow-green colors depending on the viewing angle.
Tanzanite's can appear almost sapphire blue if you take a look at them in natural light.
The tanzanite gemstone may appear amethyst-like, more violet, in fluorescent light.
Many gem enthusiasts think of tanzanite's as the perfect sapphire substitutes.
Tanzanite is found in one place on earth, in Tanzania, that too, only within a 4 sq km area.
The tanzanite gemstone is considered to be over 1,000 times rarer than diamond.
Many believe that tanzanites are on the verge of extinction, with their mines expected to deplete within a few decades.
All these facts about tanzanite might make you think that it’s a gem that can break your bank.
Well, despite being one of the rarest gemstones, tanzanite sells for much less than other precious gemstones.
Find out tanzanite’s value on our website and shop this one-of-a-kind piece of history to pass on to your future generations.