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Be transported to the plains of Africa with our eclectic collection of tanzanite jewellery. Found only in Tanzania, our genuine tanzanite gemstones range from blue to reddish-purple to icy violet. Whether it's a perfect pear or a demure emerald-cut tanzanite stone, this light-catching gem will turn heads.
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FAQs about Tanzanite Jewellery
You can remove household dust and keep your tanzanite stones looking like new with a simple repolish using jewellery polishing cloth. Store your tanzanite jewels in a protective cloth bag or jewellery box when you're not wearing them. Check often for loose or damaged stones, and protect your jewellery from harsh blows.
When looking for tanzanite jewellery, it's essential to consider colour, cut, clarity, size and enhancement. Blue tanzanite stones are rarer and hold a higher value than violet or purple stones. Buying your tanzanite jewellery from a reputable retailer like us can help provide peace of mind that your stones are genuine and of the highest quality.
Tanzanite rates a 6 to 7 on the Mohs scale of hardness, which means it does scratch more easily than other gemstones such as diamonds or rubies. We don't recommend tanzanite for intense everyday wear.If you're looking for a tanzanite engagement ring, choose a protective setting, such as a bezel, channel or pavè setting to keep your stone safe from scratching or breaking.