- Once a year make sure to take your tanzanite for a professional clean and buff at your local jeweller.
- If you consider yourself an active person, rather opted for a tanzanite pendant or necklace than a tanzanite ring. This way your tanzanite will be less exposed to hard surfaces where it might get scratched or damaged.
- Avoid exposing your tanzanite gemstone to sudden temperature changes, harsh chemicals or extreme heat.
- Take your tanzanite jewellery to a reputable jeweller once a year to inspect the setting.
- If you decide to make any alterations to your tanzanite jewellery item make sure to remove the gemstone beforehand.
- Only put on your tanzanite jewellery after you’ve applied makeup, hairspray, perfume or skin cream. Otherwise, the products might leave a residue that will make the gemstone look dull.
Caring for Tanzanite
INVESTING IN TANZANITE
The demand for Tanzanite is ever increasing, while supply decreases.
The ‘Tanzanite Generation’; those fortunate enough to already own tanzanite, and those who acquire it in the next decade or so, will be the only first-time owners.
FACTS ABOUT TANZANITE
Everything you needed to know
Did you know a tanzanite is a 1000 times rarer than a diamond? Discover more extraordinary facts about the precious African gemstone. A tanzanite is truly unlike any gemstone you will find in the world.
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