14k white gold tanzanite ring, with one blue violet vivid (35%/65%) more violet color, GIA Type I Clarity VS2, oval tanzanite. The tanzanite weighs 1.75 carat, measures 7 mm wide by 8.9 mm long by 4 mm deep, and is 4 prong set. In addition, there are prong set round brilliant cut diamonds, G-H color, SI2 clarity, with a total weight of .51 carat. The ring weighs 3.3 grams. Tanzanite is color enhanced by heating.
Our family only supplies the most amazing Tanzanite gemstones. If you are interested in how our Tanzanite gemstones are graded, watch the video here.Learn How We Grade Our Tanzanite
With over 30 years in the jewelry business, we custom design all our Tanzanite rings to fit our amazing gemstones. Each ring takes days to design and hours to patiently set and cast. No other company puts as much work into the finished piece of jewelry as the Moriarty family. You don't just get a piece of jewelry, you get a story behind it.
I received the most beautiful pair of round tanzanite earrings in 2 days! I love them. I cannot say enough about this company and the attention I received from them. I would highly recommend them to anyone interested in tanzanite.
Excellent customer service. Received expert advice on my purchase. My new earrings are the most beautiful tanzanite gems I’ve ever seen. I look forward to purchasing more tanzanite jewelry from Tanzanite Designs.
zero complaints! full praise! :)
I bought my wife a pair of exceptional oval tanzanite and tsavorite accent earrings and we are extremely happy with the quality of the product. they are more beautiful than expected! my wife is thrilled to wear such high end, sparkly earrings.
the entire process was seamless and packaging was great. steve, thank you for the email and the rest of your crew for a wonderful experience!
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So much goes behind each piece of jewelry we design. From cutting the rough Tanzanite, to brainstorming the design, to finishing the setting. Our whole family makes sure your purchase is unlike anything you have ever seen.
Steve Moriarty in our local papers after just one of his trips to the mines of Tanzania in search of Tanzanite for your jewelry. You don't just get a piece of jewelry, you get the story behind it too.