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FAQs about Tanzanite Bracelets

  1. What is special about tanzanite ?

    Tanzanite is a stunning blue gemstone that is rare to find. Being a trichroic, it radiates three colors from its axis; blue, violet, and red.

  2. Does tanzanite damage or scratch easily?

    With a hardness of 6 - 7, it can be said that it is easily prone to breaking if not worn and kept carefully. Just a little care can make your tanzanite jewelry last for many years to come.

  3. Is tanzanite a precious stone or semi-precious stone?

    Tanzanite has been classified as a semi-precious gemstone owing to its rarity and unfamiliarity.

  4. Is Tanzanite a good investment ?

    Tanzanite is an excellent for investment. It is rare, it is exclusive and it is believed, in few decades it will extinct. All these factors contribute to its increased value.

  5. Is tanzanite a birthstone ?

    Yes, tanzanite is a December birthstone. Along with that, now it is also associated with the 24th wedding anniversary.

  6. Is tanzanite treated or untreated ?

    Tanzanite is treated for its color enhancement, as most gemstones are for the final finishing. This doesn’t affect its value.

About Tanzanite Bracelets

Tanzanite, the stone from Tanzania, is a December birthstone. Its high demand and depleting resources make tanzanite a rare and popular gemstone. Tanzanite bracelets from Rosec Jewels provide you the perfect opportunity to stylize your look with soft blue-hued accessory. The collection of Tanzanite bracelets has something to suit every occasion and every woman. You can pick a tennis and station chain bracelet for the formal look, whereas a solitaire, halo, or bangle is good to go for special evenings. The ones accented with diamonds are ideal for those who don’t shy away from some extra bling or sparkles.

Your Tanzanite Buying Guide

  • Color

    An ideal one is a mix of blue and violet with a vivid tone. The depth of color increases with the size of the stone.

  • Clarity

    They come in high and low clarity; you must pick which is eye-clean, as one with visible inclusions will be of less value. Checking the grades will help you understand its features better.

  • Cut

    It should be cut in a manner that displays its blue dominantly with a shine of violet and retains most of the weight. Finely cut stone will be of higher value. it comes in all standard shapes.

  • Carat

    The value goes up with the increased carats. 1 carat of tanzanite costs $200–$350.

  • Grading

    There is no standardized grading system for tanzanites. But AAA and D are popularly used to denote its quality, where AAA is the finest and D is the lowest. These grades are assigned after assessing the four C's of tanzanites.