If you haven’t heard of tanzanite, don’t feel badly. As far as gemstones go, tanzanite doesn’t have the long history that some do, dating all the way back to ancient times. This gemstone is relatively young since it was only discovered in 1967. It also only forms in one place in the world; the hills of Merelani in Northern Tanzania.

Now, who do you suppose got the pleasure of naming this sparkling blue gemstone? Why Tiffany and Company of course. The world’s signature jewelry company came up with the name for the blue form of zoisite from its country of origin.

When you look at tanzanite, the striking blue hue is hard to miss. However, smaller tanzanite gems do not feature that glowing color. The royal blue of tanzanite shines though in gemstones that are five carats or larger.

Fire & Ice features an exquisite collection of tanzanite gemstone jewelry that includes rings, bracelets, necklaces, pendants and earrings. Whether you favor dangle, post or drop earrings, you will discover choices of tanzanite earrings in either.

The tanzanite and diamond heart pendant really makes for a stunningly different Valentine’s Day or anniversary gift. Ring lovers will definitely fancy the versatile and fashionable range of tanzanite rings.

Tanzanite is also a December birthstone along with blue topaz and turquoise. It also signifies the 24th wedding anniversary.

Even if you haven’t heard of this more contemporary gemstone, once you sample its sparkling blue beauty, you will definitely want to add it to your collection of gemstone jewelry and Fire & Ice is the place to do it.

Enjoy window shopping through all the delightful tanzanite jewelry. You certainly won’t feel blue, especially when it arrives and you put it on. Tanzanite is actually rarer than diamonds with a blue that can be just as rich as a sapphire. Not bad for a gem that’s only been around since the late 1960s.

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