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Friday, May 9, 2014


6.56ct. Pear-shaped Tanzanite diamond ring currently available exclusively from DIVINE FINDS JEWELRY
According to the International Coloured Gemstone Association, Tanzanite, the birthstone for December,

"is an extraordinary gemstone. It occurs in only one place worldwide. Its blue, surrounded by a fine hint of purple, is a wonderful colour. Thanks to its unusual aura and the help of the New York jeweller's Tiffany, it has rapidly become one of the most coveted gemstones in the world"

Now why would I be talking about a December birthstone in May? Because, if that incredible 5.56ct tanzanite diamond ring shown at the top of this post appeals to you, and you're a December baby, you might want to tell hubby to put it on layaway starting now.

Recently appraised at over $18,000, this natural indigo tanzanite gemstone is completely eye-clean with not a single inclusion. Its colour is a strong violetish blue, and we consider this one of the finest tanzanite gemstone rings we've ever had the pleasure to offer. Only listed 2 days, it's already had 2 enquiries and no wonder: apart from that 14.5 X 10.75 tanzanite, this ring also offers 2 large tapered baguette diamonds set either side in the platinum band and totalling about 1.07ct of diamonds. No surprise then that interest has been quick given our asking price is less than 1/3 the appraised value. What a ring!

Again, according to the above-mentioned resource site, "The most coveted colour is a blue surrounded by a delicate hint of purple," and this ring certainly fits that bill.

But of course, not all of us can afford a ring like that one. So we're happy to say we have a couple of other tanzanite rings that might appeal to you and for which the price might be closer to what you could consider if you'd like a tanzanite diamond ring.

Shown below is a lovely 14k gold tanzanite and spinel ring with a very pretty design:

Blue spinel, tanzanite, diamond ring available from Divine Finds Jewelry

This vintage ring came our way via an estate auction some time back. While the diamond content is minimal, that very dark blue spinel in the center is a large gemstone measuring 9mm X 7mm, about one carat. And surrounding it are 12 lavender tanzanites. Their colour is nothing like that of the tanzanite at the top, but then neither is the price tag. This ring is ON SALE for a very affordable  $850, including free shipping in Canada and the USA and you can even make an offer. Why not try yours?

We're also inviting offers on the even lower-priced tanzanite and diamond ring set in 14k white gold below:

Make an offer on the triple marquise tanzanite diamond ring shown above HERE.
Why would someone want a tanzanite gemstone ring rather than say, an amethyst, which is also purple? Is it just the colour, such as that deep purple blue of the ring at the top that makes this gemstone so desirable and popular? No, it's more than that. It has to do with the exclusivity of its origin: Tanzanite is found only in Africa in the state after which it is named: Tanzania! And what woman doesn't want to have something other women don't? 

So which Tanzanite ring from Divine Finds Jewelry will you choose for your December birthday?

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