Inhale. Breathe in her healing energy. Exhale and let go. She helps you leave those bad habits behind and shines a light on your inner purpose. She keeps your balance in check. Her gaze is sincere, she’s rock steady and in full harmony. She's aligned.
This is it. A gemstone more rare than diamonds. A gemstone which might vanish in the next few decades. A gemstone which exists only in one place on Earth: Tanzanite.
Tanzanite is such a babe. Her colors yield questions more than answers. Just look at it: a stone drenched in the most otherworldly, glorious indigo color, as if she’s the saint of the universe. If you’re not head over heels with her yet, did you know blue is the rarest natural color on earth?
Tanzanite is truly the gemstone of the millenium, the mood of the century. She wants to catch life by its millisecond. Her timelessness, a juxtaposition.
Trying to break the glass ceiling? Need some boost to go against the masses and be strong in solitude? Thinking of creative ways for digital detox?
Hold tanzanite to awaken buried energies and to feel fluid amidst the 2020 chaos. Tanzanite swells from the past and tells you it’s never too late to be your own Queen of hearts.
Tanzanite zodiac sign: Sagittarius (22 November - 21 December)
The fourth chakra - the Heart or Anahata chakra. Located at the center of the spine at heart level. This chakra is the centre for your center of compassion, empathy, love, and forgiveness. Allowing you to focus on healing emotional wounds.
The seventh chakra - the Crown or the Sahasrara chakra. Located at the crown of your head. The chakra which connects you to the wider universe. Associated with the center of spirit, enlightenment, and wisdom. Connecting you to the universe and opening you up to higher guidance.
How tanzanite fits into your life:
A gift to your partner of 24 years | Your local psychic or your local non-profit volunteer (they can be one and the same) | Those who are lucky (or unlucky) enough to share their birthday with Christmas | Your mama
Between the foothills of the gracious Mt Kilimanjaro and the small town of Arusha lies a small patch where local miners unearth precious tanzanite. This gemstone was discovered in the late 1960s, only a few years after Breakfast at Tiffany’s was released. Which means that unlike other gemstones, tanzanite is a very new gemstone.
Nested underneath the warmth of Mt. Kilimanjaro, tanzanite fosters the strength of the earth’s movements to build its form. A strong gal with unbeatable eccentric force, you won’t find her anywhere else on Earth in millions of years.
Our tanzanite is ethically sourced from:Tanzania
Tough love level: 6.5 - 7 Mohs scale of hardness. Tanzanite is more brittle than sapphires (9 Mohs) or diamonds (10 Mohs), so it might not be the best gemstone to wear every day. It is, however, great for sophisticated dinners and parties, especially as earrings or necklace, where it has less chances to get chipped.
Lavender Blue Tanzanite
Virtually all tanzanite on the market today is heated. The gemstones are placed in an oven and baked at a certain temperature. Heating tends to remove the yellow tint and enhance the blue colors.
When a light brown tanzanite is heated, it will become a pale blue or violet; and when a deep brown tanzanite is heated, it will become deep blue.
Red and Brown Tanzanite
Raw tanzanite’s colors can be red to brown. Even though these tanzanites are usually heat-treated, occasionally, when a stunning ‘tan’ color comes by, they can be sold in their natural ‘tan’ color.
Violet Blue Tanzanite
Natural violet blue tanzanites are rare, but they do exist. Considered precious for their rarity, unheated violet blue tanzanites look like the perfect crossbreed between a sapphire and an amethyst.