9CT WHITE GOLD OVAL TANZANITE & DIAMOND TRILOGY CLUSTER RING
Oval Tanzanite trilogy, each stone with a halo of diamonds. Claw set in 9ct White Gold. Tanzanite stones are of excellent quality. This is an elegant design, with .81cts of Tanzanite in total, and .12cts of Diamonds.
Available in sizes J-Q. For sizes outside this range, please contact me.
Also available in the same design with Sapphire, Ruby or Emerald. Matching stud earrings and a pendant is also available, for a full jewellery suite.
White gold is usually enhanced with Rhodium plating. To preserve this plating, avoid swimming in your jewellery as chlorine, in particular, can cause faster degradation. Chlorine is present in small amounts in tap water, so it is best to avoid getting your jewellery wet where possible. It is a simple matter to have items re-plated.
Strikingly beautiful and a thousand times rarer than Diamond, Tanzanite is a geological phenomenon available from just a single location on Earth. In the light of day, deep electric blues evoke that ‘love at first sight’ feeling, and then by the evening its purples, violets and reds ignite a sense of passion. Found in only one location in the world Tanzanite is truly spectacular! Even though Zoisite, the stone of which Tanzanite is the blue variety, occurs widely, the geological conditions that are required to enable the gem to turn into its trademark blue are so rare that it has been described as ‘more astounding than the stone itself’.
As with many gemstones, the darker, more vivid its colour the more valuable it is; and dark blue Tanzanite is currently amongst the most desired, and therefore most expensive gemstones in the world. Hailed as the gemstone of the 20th century, it has been recommended to wear Tanzanite as an anti-depressant, due to the nurturing, emotionally supportive and cheering energies it is said to bestow. It was added to the official birthstone list in 2002, for the month of December.
Don’t forget that Diamonds can scratch any other gems or metalwork.
All gemstones can be damaged through wear and tear. Make sure you check for loose stones or damaged claws periodically. Always take your jewellery off whenever you are doing activities that might cause damage. Remember that household cleaners and chlorine in swimming pools can damage many gems.