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Tanzanite, Turquoise and Gold Shoulder Duster Earrings

1,450.00

Tanzanite, Turquoise and Gold Shoulder Duster Earrings

1,450.00

Natural, unheated tanzanite oval cabochons grace the top of these glamorous earrings. Sleeping Beauty Turquoise teardrops round out the bottom. The luminous pairing of color and opacity require a minimal setting to best show off these gorgeous stones.

Tanzanite - 10.6 carats, Turquoise - 12.5 carats. The Tanzanite cabochons are 6X9mm. The Turquoise is 17mm from top to bottom and is approximately 12mm wide.

Sleeping Beauty Turquoise is revered and highly sought after due to its pure sky blue color which shows very little to no veining or webbing. It is still being collected from the Sleeping Beauty Mine in Globe, Arizona where a small operation of workers mines, processes and ships the stones.

Tanzanite is an extraordinary gemstone. It occurs in only one place worldwide, Tanzania. In 2002, the American Gem Trade Association chose Tanzanite as a December birthstone, the first change to their birthstone list since 1912.

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Natural, unheated tanzanite oval cabochons grace the top of these glamorous earrings. Sleeping Beauty Turquoise teardrops round out the bottom. The luminous pairing of color and opacity require a minimal setting to best show off these gorgeous stones.

Tanzanite - 10.6 carats, Turquoise - 12.5 carats. The Tanzanite cabochons are 6X9mm. The Turquoise is 17mm from top to bottom and is approximately 12mm wide.

Sleeping Beauty Turquoise is revered and highly sought after due to its pure sky blue color which shows very little to no veining or webbing. It is still being collected from the Sleeping Beauty Mine in Globe, Arizona where a small operation of workers mines, processes and ships the stones.

Tanzanite is an extraordinary gemstone. It occurs in only one place worldwide, Tanzania. In 2002, the American Gem Trade Association chose Tanzanite as a December birthstone, the first change to their birthstone list since 1912.