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Tanzanite - 1000 times Rarer than diamonds

Origin - From only one place on Earth

  • Tanzanite is a rare and precious gemstone found in only one place on earth, in the foorhills of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, East Africa.
  • Tanzanite's geological formation began over 585 million years ago, but it was only discovered in 1967.
  • Tiffany and Co were the first to bring Tanzanite to the market in the USA, and named Tanzanite after its' country of origin.
  • The chances of tanzanite being found anywhere else in the world are less than one in a million!


Truly Rare

  • Tanzanite's unique geology, single source and limited supply makes it at least 1000 times rarer than diamonds.



Beauty and Brilliance

  • Tanzanite has a unique blue-violet color that ranges from intense royal bluem indigo and violent to lilac and periwinkle.
  • Tanzanite is exceptionally fiery and brilliant because it has a high refractive index.
  • Larger stones tend to exhibit the more vivid colors, while the smaller size often showcase some of the more flattering and pastel shades.
  • Matching pairs are greatly sought after due to the rarity of finding two stones of identical color.


The Tanzanite Foundation™

  • Tanzanite Foundation™ is a non-profit, industry supported organization dedicated to the protection and promotion of ethically acuired tanzanite.
  • The Mark of Rarity™ is the icon of the Tanzanite Foundation™ and is the consumers assurance of the quality, authenticity and guaranteed source of their tanzanite purchase.
  • The Tanzanite Foundation™ invests in upliftment projects that bring a better quality of life to communities in the tanzanite mining area.


The Tanzanite Foundation proudly supports the community in the Tanzanite mining area


'One Generation Gemstone'

  • Because of its' single source and limited supply tanzanite is known as the gemstone of 'our generation'. It is also the official birthstone for the month of December.


Caring For Tanzanite

  • Tanzanite is ideally suited for wear in dress rings, earrings, necklaces and pendants.
  • Gently soak jewels in warm soapy water with no ultrasonic jewelry cleaners.