8.75 Carat Genuine Tanzanite .925 Sterling Silver Bracelet
8.75 Carat Genuine Tanzanite .925 Sterling Silver Bracelet
SKU: QB701TAN-SSR-7.50
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8.75 Carat Genuine Tanzanite .925 Sterling Silver Bracelet

SKU: QB701TAN-SSR-7.50
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Flaunt yourself with this tanzanite tennis bracelet. The natural gemstones have a combined weight of 8.75 carats and are set in .925 sterling silver with rhodium plating. The soft violet hue of this bracelet adds a pop of color to any look! The understated design and vibrant stones makes this bracelet perfect for every occasion.

Product Details:
.925 Sterling Silver
Stone Details: Tanzanite
Item Type: Bracelet
Gross Wt: 10.5
Gemstone Wt: 8.75 ctw
Total Stone Wt: 8.75 ctw
Metal Stamp: 925 QJ™ IN
Finish: Rhodium Plated
Product Style: Tennis Bracelet
Clasp: Box With Tongue And Safety Clasps
Total Qty Of Stones: 35
Height: 4.06 MM
Width: 3.56 MM
Length: 7.50 inches
Primary Stone Color: Violet
Birthstone Month: December
Gender: Women
Gemstone Information:

Tanzanite Information

Stone Shape: Oval
Stone Size: 5x3mm
Stone Quantity: 35
Stone Cts: 8.75 ctw
Stone Creation Method: Natural
Stone Treatment Method: Heat Treated
Stone Treatment Code: E
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About Tanzanite:

Tanzanite has become one of the most popular gems in the market place. In fact, it is now the most popular gemstone after the “big four,” which consists of diamonds, emeralds, rubies, and sapphires. This rare gem wasn't found until 1967; the year it was discovered in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania and is one of the most intriguing and popular blue gemstones available today. Bluish violet in hue, it belongs to the zoisite mineral group and is regarded as the second most sought-after blue gem, after sapphire.

This rare gem is considered as the birthstone for December and also the stone for the 24th wedding anniversary. Tanzanite exhibits a hardness of 6 to 7 on the Mohs scale. Despite the low rating, it can be used in all types of Jewelry. This vibrant and mystical gemstone’s limited availability has added to its appeal as an heirloom possession, making it a must-have for every discerning jewelry buyer who seeks distinction and rarity.