Total Stone Weight (CT. T.W.): 3.96tcw Metal Type: White Gold Karat Content: 18K Ring Weight: 4.9 Grams
Current Ring Size: 8 Sizing Available: Yes—Free Limited Sizing with any Ring Purchase**
The 3.36 carat, Certified, Natural D’Block Tanzanite has vivid saturation, and excellent VS clarity with no visible inclusions, and is a vibrant dark-violet-purple-blue color! Photos are taken under professional lighting and are magnified at 50x zoom to show details that may not be visible to the naked eye. Accenting the rare gemstone are pavé set, 1.00mm round brilliant cut, natural Diamond accents (120 total) that are I color with VS2-SI1 clarity and weigh a combined total of 0.60 carats. The ring is clearly hallmarked “Gabriel & Co.”, the serial number “132316”, the style number “ER4363, and “18K” on the inside of the 2.5mm band. When worn, the top of the ring/stone is elevated about 10mm from the finger. Gabriel & Co. has perfected the art of fine jewelry making over the past 30 years. GIA Certificate included with purchase.
We travel across the United States to various Estate Sales acquiring only the finest and most rare antique, vintage, and modern pieces of jewelry. Each piece then undergoes a thorough process of examination, setting, restoration, cleaning, and polishing by a Master GIA Graduate Gemologist. All of our items have been tested and are guaranteed to be authentic Solid Gold—not plated or filled. Ring will arrive in a brand new natural redwood and leather ring box, ready to be gifted or worn today!
Tanzanite is the blue and violet variety of the mineral zoisite. Tanzanite is only found in Tanzania, in a very small mining area near the Mererani Hills. Given the name “Tanzanite” by Tiffany & Co., the "blue-violet zoisite" was first introduced to the market in 1968. In 2002, the American Gem Trade Association chose tanzanite as a December birthstone, the first change to their birthstone list since 1912. Tanzanites are noted for their remarkably strong trichroism, appearing alternately sapphire blue, violet and burgundy depending on the crystal orientation. They also appear differently when viewed under alternate lighting conditions. The blues appear more evident when subjected to fluorescent light and the violet hues can be seen readily when viewed under incandescent illumination. Tanzanite forms as a brownish crystal and is trichroic, which means it shows three colors – brown, blue and violet – concurrently. Heating, either underground naturally by metamorphic processes, or artificially, removes the brown or burgundy color component to produce a stronger violet-blue color. Some stones found close to the surface in the early days of the discovery (in an area now called D block) were gem-quality blue without the need for heat treatment – probably the result of a wildfire in the area which heated the stones underground. This small deposit found at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro extracted the most valuable and rare Tanzanites in the world.
**Currently a size 8 but could be sized, free of charge, by my master jeweler so that it is ready to be gifted or worn upon arrival! Most rings can be sized a maximum of 3-4 sizes up or down depending on the style of the ring. Please indicate your desired size at checkout and allow up to 10 business days for my local expert jeweler to complete sizing. I do not accept returns on items that have been custom sized or altered at your request so if you are unsure about an item it may be best to have it sized by your local jeweler just in case.
Flexible Layaway plans available for all items over $500.00! Please message me for more information if you have an interest and I will go over the terms and conditions for you.
Items purchased before 5pm are usually shipped same day unless customization or resizing was requested. Items are securely packaged, shipped via USPS with signature-required tracking, and sent directly to the customer for enjoyment. Appraisals available at customers request.
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