Tanzanite ring. Rose gold engagement ring. Eidelprecious ring.
This is Blake Design by Eidelprecious, featuring a tanzanite solitaire, set in a diamond double gallery mount on a thin diamond band.
This Tanzanite is natural emerald cut stone. The cut is mesmerizing, making the stone sparkle like crazy. The color is fantastic. It is a blend of lavender, turqoise and blue. It changes constantly depending on the lightening and shines all over the place.
The tanzanite is set in my upgraded rose gold diamond settingVS/F diamonds. One of a kind ring!
This ring will make a statement as an engagement ring, anniversary ring or cocktail right hand ring.
Size 6, can be resized.
This ring is ready to ship.
Matching diamond is available and can be ordered separately
Main Stones Origin: Natural, not created
Size 10x12mm (5.36ct)
Accented Stones: Natural Diamonds
Carat Weight: 0.25ctw
Cut: Full Cut
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* Due to supply fluctuations, the weight of the sapphire may vary +/- 0.2ct
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Tanzanites were discovered in Tanzania in 1967 and brought to the gem market by Tiffany&Co as more affordable version to Kashmir blue sapphires. Tanzanites have a hardness of 7 on Mosh scale, that make them practical enough for everyday wear.
Tanzanites are December birthstone. They are believed to bring harmony in relationship and success in life:)
Although the most sought after color of Tanzanites is deep violet blue, similar to Royal blue sapphires, they come in variety of lighter hues in lilac, lavender or mint green color, or sometimes in combination of the above. It makes them unique and their popularity grows fast among non-traditional brides.
Tanzanites have to be worn with care. They are not easy to scratch, but banging or dropping a tanzanite, could make it crack. We also suggest avoiding using ultrasonic cleaning. Professional cleaning with vapour steam gives the best results.
We have been working directly with a well known Tanzanite source for over a decade, and would be happy to fulfil a custom order for almost any size/color/cut of ethically sourced tanzanites.