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Did you know that Tanzanite is an extremely rare gemstone? Formed about 585 million years ago, this stunning blue-violet stone was only discovered in 1967 near Mount Kilimanjaro. Its exclusive source is a mere 4km strip of land, making it at least a thousand times rarer than diamonds. Even more remarkable, in the next 10 to 20 years, no more tanzanite is expected to be found due to the limited source. So, if you're looking for a unique and valuable gem, now is the time to invest in Tanzanite jewelry. Tanzanite's color range is a captivating feature, ranging from a light blue to a deep violet-blue. The gem's color can appear different depending on the lighting conditions, with blue hues appearing more vibrant in natural daylight and violet hues more prominent in artificial light. With its rarity, unique beauty, and investment potential, Tanzanite is a gemstone that should not be overlooked.


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