It is extremely important to purchase tanzanite that is accompanied with either a Certificate of Authenticity from a reputable jeweller or is certified by a recognised gemological institute. It is evident that the market has been flooded with many tanzanites that have been coated to enhance the colour or the worst case scenario are violet/blue glass!
If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase we will gladly accept a return & offer a full refund.
Please feel confident in purchasing from Tam’s Tanzanite in the knowledge that we have sourced vast amounts of tanzanite and please be assured, we only select the finest quality of stones for saturation of colour and clarity to offer for sale on our website unlike a lot of tanzanite that is graded AA and is so pale!
Please take a look at our feedback from over 1,700 satisfied customers who have bought predominantly tanzanite through our website, Ebay and Etsy stores and we are pleased to say, have now established a fantastic customer base who return to us regularly.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Independently hallmarked by the Birmingham Assay Office, UK 375 – 9k white gold
2 pear shaped genuine AA tanzanites 8mm x 5mm (1.60 ctw) – Origin Tanzania
6 x 1.5mm round genuine white zircon (0.13 ctw) – Origin Cambodia
Gold weight – 1.52g
Being a UK based seller, it is a requirement to sell gold as 9k as recognised by the Assay office of Great Britain. In order to be able to sell gold items to the United States of America, gold must be at least 41.7% pure to be recognized by the US government as gold. In order to trade with the US, the gold content of this item is actually 10k (41.7%) and has been hallmarked 10k (417) as well as 9k.
Tanzanite really is a good investment. 1,000 times rarer than diamond. A spokesman from the Tanzanite Authority said it was difficult to ascertain exactly what the price of tanzanite would be in the future, with many expecting the price to reach anywhere from $10,000 to $15,000 per carat during the next decade, however, what is for certain is that supply is infinite and the demand for the stone continues to rise as developing markets such as India and China continue to drive demand upwards. Towards the end of the 1990’s tanzanite had established itself as the most popular selling gemstone in the world outselling most coloured gemstones!