One of a kind tanzanite and diamonds engagement ring | #101


Exceptional central gemstone - violetish blue tanzanite makes this ring a real showstopper. Gemstone is mined in a small area in Tanzania, it has a special fancy cushion cut and there's no second one like this. Modern Art Deco ring is complimented by trapeze cut diamonds. Design is well balanced featuring contemporary geometry and high-quality finishing.


  • central: natural tanzanite, 2.63 ct, 6.57 x 10 x 65 mm, untreated, hardness 6.5-7, origin - Tanzania.
  • accent: choose in options
    • natural diamonds, conflict-free, H colour, SI clarity, 0.85 ct
    • lab grown diamonds: VS clarity, G colour, 0.52 ct total. Sustainable option, the same look and characteristics as natural diamonds.

Metal details

We use only solid, recycled fair trade gold. Showed in white gold this unique ring can be remade in rose or yellow gold too. 14K or 18K by your choice.

TANZANITE: extraordinary gemstone

Tanzanite was only discovered in 1967, and introduced to the world in 1968 by Tiffany & Company, who called it “the most beautiful blue gemstone to be discovered in more than 2,000 years”. It is only found in one place on Earth: in Africa, in a small 7 km long area near Mount Kilimanjaro.

Now it is gaining popularity and it's more likely that mines will run out by the end of the current generation. Tanzanite’s single source and limited supply make it at least 1000 times rarer than diamond. This makes tanzanite a great investment gemstone. Imagine what a treasure it will be for your kinds and grandkids! 

Tanzanite ranks between 6.5 and 7 on the Mohs hardness scale, which means it is a slightly soft gemstone, similar to emerald but less brittle. Due to its hardness and properties, tanzanite needs to be treated with care – but this doesn’t mean that tanzanite stones are not suitable for everyday wear.


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