Tanzanite – It is one of the most sought after gemstones in the world, most especially in the US market, which is still regarded as the largest gem market in terms of sales. Tanzanite is a stone many people are interested in and love to have it with them. Due to Tanzanite’s uncommonness and attractiveness it has been touted as an excellent investment gemstone. It is one of the world’s rarest gemstones, being found in only one place in the whole world – a place called Merelani.
The supply of this stone is becoming increasingly limited as the worlds only source is mined recklessly to keep up with this greedy demand. The result is that the stone is becoming increasingly difficult to find, especially in the finer qualities. In the coming years Tanzanite prices will increase substantially. Already there has been a threefold increase in just 6 years. Therefore, many factors combine to point to the likelihood of Tanzanite becoming one of the real gem investments of our generation.
Amethyst – Amethyst is a violet or purpose variety of quartz. The name comes from the Greek and essentially means, “not drunk”. As purple has always been considered a royal color it comes as no surprise that the amethyst gem stone has been so much in demand by royalty throughout history. Amethyst can occur as long prismatic crystals that have a six sided pyramid at either end or can form as druses that are crystalline crusts that only show the pointed terminations. As a mineral specimen, amethyst is popular for its color and nice crystal shapes that produce a handsome, purple, sparkling cluster.
We believe that amethyst is one of the most beautiful of the colored gemstones, particularly in its better qualities. Most amethyst gemstones on the market today are heat-treated to produce a deeper color. Heat treating is permanent and these stones will not fade over time. Amethyst powers include: dreams, healing, peace, love, spiritual upliftment, courage, psychism, protection against thieves, and happiness.
Aquamarine – Aquamarine is also known for being the anniversary gem for the 19th year of marriage. You can find the majority of this stone in Brazil, Nigeria, and Zambia. The name aquamarine is made by combining the Latin words water (aqua) and sea (mare). Aquamarine can vary is color from a blue-green to a light blue. It is said that if you dream of aquamarine that this signifies the making of new friends. Wearing aquamarine brings you love and affection. Giving this gemstone offers the gift of knowledge, foresight, and individual inspiration. It also symbolizes youth, fidelity, hope, and health.
Aquamarine is one of our most popular and best-known gemstones, and distinguishes itself by many good qualities. Women the world over love it for its fine blue shades which can complement almost any skin or eye color. There is hardly any other gemstone in modern jewellery design which is refined in such a variety of ways as aquamarine. Aquamarine needs to be cleaned often to keep its brilliant sparkle. A thorough, soft brush scrubbing with a commercial jewelry cleaner or liquid detergent and water is sufficient if done after every three or four wearing.
Amrita Manwani represents Krivi International. Krivi brings you exquisite Indian fashion like Indian Jewelry, traditional jewellery, bracelets and bangles.
User Reviews and Comments
well i myself doing a business of precious and semiprecious stones and its right that mostly people love amethyst,aqumarine,tanzinte but i want to add that according to me the most sppedy purchasing precious stones and which people mostly like because of its different colours and good lusthure is TOURMALINE…its colours are pink,blue,green,purple,black ,bicolour and manymore….
its intresting that tanznite and aqumarine is going on top but i am in the same profgession and its right that mostly people love amethyst,aqumarine,tanzinte but i want to add that according to me the most sppedy purchasing precious stones and which people mostly like because of its different colours and good lusthure is TOURMALINE…its colours are pink,blue,green,purple,black ,bicolour and manymore….
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Tanzanite is certainly currently on the top of the list. But let us not forget that tanzanite is just a trade name for the blue variety of zoisite. Tomorrow it might be another variety of another mineral being extensively promoted on the markets.
Beautiful gemstones, we have quite a collection of various gemstone jewellery over on our website although we specialise in amethyst/purple jewellery which is our favourite.
A relatively newcomer, Tanzanite has garnered the coveted position next to diamond as a must have, possible due to its brilliance and clarity. Its position is further elevated when in October 2002, the American Gem Trade Association adopted Tanzanite as a December birthstone, an honour indeed as the last time the birthstone list was revised was in 1912. http://www.tanzanite-engagement-rings.org/properties-of-tanzanite