After 6 months of planning, and searching for the perfect matching stones this beautiful dream has come alive. 42,98 ct. Tanzanite, 2,70 ct. of the finest Diamonds, and perfect cut Tsavorites 3.77 ct. in a 18 kt. 750 White Gold.
No recent Gemstone discovery has had more of an impact on the world Gemstone market than the Tanzanite. Portuguese prospector Manuel d‘Souza discovered this gem in Tanzania in 1967 while searching for Sapphires. The Tanzanite was named after its country of origin by Henry Platt, vice president of Tiffany & Co. in New York, one of the world‘s most famous jewelers who began a marketing campaign to introduce Tanzanites to the public in the 1980s. Tanzanite has rapidly become the most desired colored gem in the world.