From cocktail rings to dainty novelty rings, tanzanite is the perfect stone to complete your look. For a corporate look or an event, a rose, yellow or white gold tanzanite ring will make a great accessory. For couples who are soon to tie the knot, tanzanite wedding rings will add sheer dazzle to their special moment. From rings with attractive diamond halos to those with diamonds set on the shank for a truly elaborate look, Shop LC offers every tanzanite ring design imaginable.
They make alluring engagement rings for brides-to-be. Tanzanite rings for sale are perfect for both day wear and a night-out on the town with your ladies. With a jewelry piece from this segment, you are sure to effortlessly grab attention.
Exceptional and splendid, a tanzanite ring is indeed worth a thousand words. And if care is taken while wearing, cleaning and storing it, this gem will dazzle for years.
What is Tanzanite?
Tanzanite is the violet blue to blue violet variety of the mineral zoisite. It is mined commercially only in one area of the world: the Merelani Hills of Tanzania, which is where it gets its name.
Tanzanite's appearance is influenced greatly by its pleochroism, which is the ability of a gemstone to show different colors when viewed in different crystal directions. Tanzanite is famous for such a distinguished and unique quality. Depending on the lighting and the angle of your vision, it may appear as a beautiful blue like sapphire or a vibrant violet like amethyst.
History of Tanzanite
Its alluring blue hue, with violet overtones, makes tanzanite the radiant and rare gemstone that it is today. Considered the 'most beautiful blue stone' to have been discovered in the last 2,000 years, this gem is named after Tanzania, the East African country where it is exclusively mined on Mount Kilomanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa.
Millions of years in the making, tanzanite jewelry is relatively new to the gemstone-loving world. Discovered in 1967, this gem was instantly prized for its mesmerizing hues and color-changing effect.
The story goes that lightning struck causing the grassland to start on fire which turned the brown zoisite crystals on the surface to blue. Maasai tribesmen found the gem now known as tanzanite. Credit is given to a local Indian tailor named Manuel de Sousa for the discovery of tanzanite.
In the early 1970s Henry Platt, then President of Tiffany & Co., was shown blue zoisite. Feeling the name zoisite would not be appealing enough to women, he christened blue zoisite with the name tanzanite after the country of origin.
Women’s and Men’s Tanzanite Rings for You
We believe that the ring you wear should be as unique as you. That's why we make all of our men's as well as all other tanzanite rings with unique and rare gems and precious metals. Make a bold statement or say something subtle with the piece you choose to rock.
We use only the highest quality materials to craft our rings with meticulous attention to detail.
Tanzanite captures the beauty of the skies at dusk. The profile, textures, and details of our tanzanite rings add individuality and style to everything you wear. When our work is done and you receive your special piece, you'll see your design is even more striking when brought to life.
So what are you waiting for, buy your Tanzanite piece today
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