Tanzanite is a natural Violet – Blue color Gemstone. Tanzanite is one of the rarest gemstones; the mining is limited to just one location - Tanzania. Tanzanite is cherished for its Rarity & Vivid Blue Color. Tanzanite is December Birthstone as per western astrology. Thousands of people have choosen Tanzanite for their Engagement Ring in the recent years. Tanzanite Price depends on its Color Tone & Saturation, Transparency and Luster. Tanzanite is considered best gemstone for investment due to its limited supply & rising demand.

Who should wear Tanzanite?

Due to its’ rarity and vivid colour, Tanzanite is a very popular stone.

  • Tanzanite is the modern birthstone for people born in the month of December.
  • Tanzanite is not associated with a particular planet though some people identify it with Saturn.
  • Ascendants of any zodiac can wear the stone as it has no negative effects.

Tanzanite Benefits

Tanzanite gemstone can balance all the energies in your body by stimulating different chakras. This helps wearer’s to deal with problems in their life, solve questions related to the meaning of life, and in coming to terms with oneself.

According to astrology, the high vibrational energies of tanzanite gemstone stimulate the wearer’s thinking ability and help in meditation practices. It enhances the wearer’s intuition and psychic gifts as well.

Tanzanite stones link and attune the heart chakra to the third eye chakra via the throat chakra. This linkage awakens the instinct power of the wearer and opens them to a totally new way of looking at the world. Thus, the stone helps to establish a connection between the wearer’s mind and the higher realms.

Tanzanite benefits the person physically by boosting their immune device, detoxifying the blood and improving vitality. Additionally, even a tiny piece of tanzanite is beneficial for overcoming communication difficulties.

Tanzanite Quality & Price

The irresistible combination of beauty and rarity of a Tanzanite attracts customers from all across the world. The quality and value of any stone is evaluated on certain parameters.

  • Origin -

    The only source of Tanzanite in the world is in northern Tanzania, Africa. The mines are all located in an area of about eight square miles in the Merelani Hills, near the base of Mount Kilimanjaro. This gemstone is only available from this single source. This makes Tanzanite relatively costlier than most of the other gemstones.
  • Colour -

    Tanzanite is found in colours ranging from blue to purple. Tanzanite exhibits a unique phenomenon called pleochroism wherein tanzanite shows distinctive shades (blue, violet and purple) when viewed from different angles. Natural tanzanite gems with a strong-to-vivid blue colour are considered excellent.
  • Clarity -

    Tanzanite stones tend to have inclusions that can only be seen under magnification. Thus, stones that have inclusions visible from the naked eye aren’t considered good. Tanzanite must be minimally included, it is best to find eye-clean tanzanite.
  • Cut -

    Tanzanite is available in a large variety of shapes and cuts. This gemstone can be observed in all conventional shapes (oval, pear and heart) in addition to fancy cuts (trillion, princess, cushion). Masterfully faceted stones appear to be brighter and show greater luster. Thus, they are more expensive than cabochon stones. Oval-mix remains the most preferred choice as it maintains a great balance of colour and luster of tanzanite.

Frequently Asked Questions About Tanzanite

Why is Tanzanite so rare?

Tanzanite was formed by the eruption of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. The magma combined with different chemicals and elements under high temperatures in the earth’s crust and created the mesmerising Tanzanite stone. The occurrence of a similar event under the same conditions is highly unlikely. Tanzanite has not been discovered in any other place as yet. There is only one single source, which may exhaust in coming years.

What is unique about the colour of Tanzanite?

Tanzanite is a pleochroic gem. Pleochroism is an optical phenomenon in which a gemstone appears to display different colors when observed from different crystallographic directions. A Tanzanite stone can appear to be a distinct blue when viewed from one direction and violet or purple when viewed from other directions. This makes Tanzanite a "trichroic" material.

What colour Tanzanite is considered best?

Tanzanites with a strong blue hue are more desirable than those with violet or purple as their dominant colour.

Tanzanite is the birthstone for which month?

Tanzanite is the modern birthstone for December.

Is Tanzanite worth buying?

Tanzanite has been formed by a unique geological phenomenon, that has less than a million to one chance of being repeated. Considering the current demand and supply of Tanzanite, the only source of the stone in Tanzania will be completely exhausted within the next decade or so. Due to this fact, the prices of the stone have already been increasing every year. Thus, Tanzanite is a great source of investment as its value will shoot up in the coming years.

Why is Tanzanite so widely used in engagement rings?

Wearing a Tanzanite on your ring finger means that your life together would be a fairytale life in real life. Moreover, its rarity and beauty are alluring to people. Thus, it is considered the perfect stone to carry love through the ages. Moreover, Tanzanite can be worn by anyone as it does not require an astrological recommendation. Sapphire was conventionally the first choice for engagement rings, however, it requires an astrological recommendation to wear the sapphire. Therefore, Tanzanite comes as the first choice when it comes to the engagement rings.

Why is Tanzanite so popular?

The alluring deep blues of tanzanite stones have captivated the world for several years. After its discovery, Tiffany and co. declared it to be “the most beautiful blue stone to be discovered in 2,000 years”. It has only one natural source and chances of finding it elsewhere on Earth is one in a million. Thus, it is said that its discovery and its extinction will occur within the life-span of its first-time owner generation. This irresistible combination of beauty and rarity attracts customers from all across the world.

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