Jewelry has always been a symbol of elegance and luxury and a gorgeous pair of earrings will never go out of style, remaining evergreen. When you choose tanzanite as the gemstone for your next set of earrings, you get more than one of the world’s most beautiful gems, you also get one of the rarest on Earth.
Tanzanite is a violetish-blue colored gemstone found exclusively in Tanzania. This extremely rare gemstone was discovered only recently, in the past century. Because of its exquisite color and rarity, the demand for tanzanite has skyrocketed past other gemstones that have been around for at least a 1000 years.
Tanzanite can be graded according to the same 4Cs - Cut, Clarity, Carat Weight, and (most important) Color - that are used for diamonds.
The reason we cut gemstones is to bring out their inherent sparkle. Each gem has a unique way in which it bends light - refractive index (RI) - and this affects aspects such as light return, sparkle, and fire. The proper cutting is essential for your gemstone to display all of these aspects perfectly. Most gemstones are cut close to where they are mined, in a rough form called a “native cut”. At Top Tanzanite, we recut all our gemstones according to our standards, often losing weight, but resulting in a far more beautiful gem.
Inclusions such as crystals and fractures look unseemly and can draw attention away from the beautiful aspects of your tanzanite gemstone. Clarity also refers to how opaque the gemstone is. The best tanzanite is crystal clear, without any inclusions that can be seen at 10x magnification.
As with any gemstone, it is much harder to find tanzanite in large crystals. The larger the tanzanite gets, the harder it will be to find anywhere. However, at Top Tanzanite, we offer some of the largest tanzanite gemstones on the market.
The world of colored gemstones operates on a single motto — Color is King. Color is made of two aspects - tone and saturation. Tone refers to how dark a gemstone is and goes from completely white to completely dark. Saturation refers to how deeply the color is concentrated in the gem. The best gemstones, which we refer to as ‘AAAA’ Tanzanite, have a medium to medium-dark tone with vivid saturation. ‘AAA’ graded tanzanite often has a lower saturation, while the ‘AA’ variety often has very light colors.
Once you’re fully aware of these particulars, the big question is - what type of tanzanite earrings should you consider? The best way to come up with an answer is to factor in your personal taste and your distinctive face type. Designers tend to take into account how different earring styles would frame a face. It is not an absolute science, but it can help make decisions a little easier. However, if you’re unsure about your face type and it seems like too much to consider, here are a few products from Top Tanzanite that will go perfectly with everything:
- Emerald Cut Tanzanite and Diamond Earrings
- Trillion Cut Tanzanite Stud Earrings
- Oval Cut Tanzanite and Diamond Dangle Earrings
- Round Cut Tanzanite Stud Earrings
A lot goes into the selection of the perfect pair of earrings and Top Tanzanite is here to help make that process easier. We offer only the best quality white gold tanzanite earrings and yellow gold tanzanite earrings after carrying out rigorous procedures for quality control. Our vast collection of tanzanite jewelry comes at unbelievable prices and currently, we’re offering a 20% discount, sitewide, till January 01, 2022. Grab the deal now using the code - NEWYEAR20.