Tanzanite

Tanzanite is relatively new to the colored stone galaxy. As the most common story of the tanzanite mining boom goes, in 1967 a Masai tribesman stumbled upon a cluster of highly transparent, intense violet-to-blue crystals weathering out of the earth in Merelani, an area of northern Tanzania. He alerted a local fortune hunter named Manuel d'Souza, who quickly registered four mining claims.

D’Souza hoped that he’d been shown a new sapphire deposit. Instead, the deposit contained one of the newest of the world’s gems.

Accredited Gem Lab ®

We have the equipment required to perform gemological testing and appraisals set forth by the American Gem Society.

Conflict Free

We only purchase diamonds through the most respected suppliers who, like us, proudly adhere to and enforce the standards established by the Kimberley Process.

Recycled Materials

Our fine gold and silver has been certified as being from 100% recycled sources by SCS Global - a third-party certification, verification and validation service.