Tanzanite, A Royal Expression of Honor

Tanzanite is a gemstone that we often say is fit for royalty but fits the budget of the working man and women. Case in point, on March 9th 2017, Princess Kate of the English royal family wore Tanzanite jewelry in what People.com magazine called “a stylish homage to the Queen’s Sapphire Anniversary, which marks her 65 years on the throne, with pear-shaped Tanzanite and diamond earrings with a matching necklace. ”

Princess Kate's Tanzanite jewelry

Princess Kate was at a solemn special dedication, along with Queen Elizabeth, Prince William, and Prince Harry, for a new monument honoring those who lost their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan. Princess Kate’s Tanzanite jewelry stands out respectfully to honor the queen but not overshadow the ceremony.Tanzanite is a most flexible gemstone. Wear it to work. Wear it to a business meeting. A political rally. A romantic dinner.

For example, most likely not the earrings Princess Kate wore but similar in the appeal are these 1.1cts Pear Tanzanite Earrings with .256ctw Diamonds in 14K White Gold. Please note the royal reduction in price is making this gift “fit for a queen” not cost a king’s ransom.

Pear Tanzanite Earrings with .256ctw Diamonds in 14K White Gold

Continuing the theme of royal reduction, look no further than this 1.05ct Pear Tanzanite Pendant With .25ctw Diamonds in 14k White Gold. Beautifully enclosed with 19 round diamonds of 0.250 carats, the pear shaped heavy Tanzanite of 1.050 carats looks extremely exquisite when worn in the evening paired with a gorgeous evening gown. Suspended in a 14k white gold, the blue aura of Tanzanite blended with subtle white shine renders it an elegant look.

1.05ct Pear Tanzanite Pendant With .25ctw Diamonds in 14k White Gold

Rounding out the ensemble would be a ring, but not just any ring, it needs to be a sterling example of royal craftsmanship, such as this 1.7ct Pear Tanzanite Ring With .224ctw Diamonds in 14k White Gold

1.7ct Pear Tanzanite Ring With .224ctw Diamonds in 14k White Gold

With our blogs, tweets and Facebook posts, we at TopTanzanite endeavor to share with you the universal appeal of Tanzanite. Royal and commoner. Celebrity and professional. Why else would a fine gemstone discovered only 50 years ago have rocketed to the heights in sales and demand that it commands today?

We ask that you just take the time to electronically “leaf through the pages” of our online catalog to experience the variety of cuts, shapes and color variations that represent our Tanzanite product. It begins with you clicking onto www.TopTanzanite.com.