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Amethyst and Tanzanite Jewellery Set

SpeciesAmethyst | Diamond | Tanzanite
TypeJewellery Set
Quantity3
Weight55.83 cts
ColourPurple | Violet
CutOval
TreatmentUntreated
ClaritySome inclusion(s)
Metals18K White Gold
ReportGembridge Report
Lot Number1692
PriceUSD 30,100

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Amethyst: 33.91 cts Tanzanite: 21.92 cts

The purple variety of quartz, a broad gem family also including citrine, rose quartz and all the chalcedonies and agates. The name comes from the Greek meaning ‘not drunk’ based on an ancient belief that amethyst could protect against inebriation. Historically, Russian amethyst especially was considered extremely valuable and today, larger deposits in Brazil - a country rich in many gems - have popularized the stone and made it more widely available. Amethyst is the birthstone for February and scores 7 on Mohs hardness scale.

Diamond is perhaps the most famous gemstone. It has many sought after gem properties: it’s incredibly hard (10/10 on Mohs scale), brilliant, lustrous and exhibits high dispersion. Most diamonds are billions of years old and composed simply of the element carbon. Diamonds in the white range have been popularised in engagement rings since the 1940s, while fancy colours are far rarer. Diamonds are also used to complement and accentuate the allure of coloured gemstones. Diamond is the birthstone for April and for 60th and 75th anniversaries

Blue to purple to violet, this variety of zoisite was discovered in Tanzania in the 1960s.

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