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TANZANITE - AN EXPLORATION

Tanzanite is fast becoming one of the world's most exciting and sought after gemstones. This page is designed to showcase it in all its glory. We welcome comments and contributions.

TANZANITE

Tanzanite Experts, specialising in the finest quality AAA Tanzanite gem stones since 1974. Investment quality loose tanzanite is our passion.

FINE DESIGNER TANZANITE JEWELRY

Buy Finest AAA Color Tanzanite Jewelry Online. Find Tanzanite rings, pendants, bracelets, earrings, gemstones and more.

Nadra - The Rarest Tanzanites

Not all Tanzanite is created equal. The rarity of the finest grades of Tanzanite mean that only 1% of all Tanzanite production can count itself in this exalt...

Tanzanite Crystal Showing Pleochroism

Tantalizing Tanzanite Crystal displaying Tanzanite's trichroic nature. http://www.lapigems.com/tanzanite.asp

Tanzanite Price History and Forecast

VIDEO BEST VIEWED AT 480P QUALITY. Tanzanite prices have had a volatile ride since the gemstone's discovery in the late 1960's. This video takes a look at th...

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TANZANITE 50 YEARS OLD IN 2017

TANZANITE 50 YEARS OLD IN 2017

Tanzanite is 50 in 2017! This banner was created to celebrate!

Tanzanite Mining in Block D, Merelani, Tanzania

An exploration into the world of Tanzanite mining in Block D mining area in Merelani Tanzania.

Featured Gems

Tanzanite is an extraordinary gemstone, its appearance is influenced greatly by its ability to show colors when viewed from different directions.

Tanzanite

Tanzanite is the blue and violet variety of the mineral zoisite (a calcium aluminium hydroxyl sorosilicate) belonging to the epidote group. The gemstone was discovered by Manuel d'Souza in the Mirerani Hills of Manyara Region in Northern Tanzania in 1967, near the city of Arusha and Mount Kilimanjaro. Tanzanite is only found in Tanzania, in a very small mining area (approximately 7 km long and 2 km wide)[3] near the Mirerani Hills.[4]