Loose Emerald Tanzanite
Did you know an emerald cut consists of 50 to 58 facets? This way a tanzanite will feature the perfect amount of brilliance and beauty. Even though the origins of the exquisite cut is unknown, the style specifications date back to an estimated 500 years ago during the Art Deco period. In the 1920s the emerald cut started to gain popularity for its clean lines and perfectly proportioned facets.
The emerald cut is known for exquisite beauty and its extraordinary ability to make your finger appear slender and longer. The unique cut also makes the gemstone seem a lot larger than it actually is. The vintage-style look of the emerald cut most certainly makes for an alluring piece of tanzanite jewellery.