925 Sterling Silver Tanzanite Beaded Bracelet

£54.00 £45.60 inc VAT

Beautiful delicate bracelet hand made with small tanzanite rondelles and sterling silver beads.  The unique colour of this gemstone will captivate you while wearing this bracelet.

With an adjustable 925 sterling silver clasp that will fit from 5.5 to 8inch wrist size (approx).

Supplied with gift box.

Only 1 left in stock

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Additional information


Please note, all information listed below has been collected from various sources. This is offered as a service and not meant to treat any medical conditions.

Additional Information

Tanzanite is the blue and violet variety of the mineral zoisite, caused by small amounts of vanadium. Tanzanite belongs to the epidote mineral group. Tanzanite is only found in Tanzania, in a very small mining area near the Mererani Hills. It is a birthstone for December. It is a stone that stimulates the throat chakra, third-eye chakra, and crown chakra. It activates our psychic abilities and vibratory rate, facilitating communication with the higher spiritual dimensions. Tanzanite is a stone of transformation that can help dissolve old patterns.

Jewellery Care Tips

– Keep your jewellery dry – do not expose to water (Bath, shower, sea, pool, spa etc.)
– Avoid sudden temperature changes, as this could ‘shock’ your gemstones causing cracks. Prolonged periods or cold or heat can damage gemstones. Topaz is very sensitive, and amber can melt in extreme heat.
– Store pieces separately as softer gemstones can be damaged when in contact with harder stones. Wrap in soft cloth for protection.
– Silver will oxidise if exposed to the air, so sealed bags will stop any tarnishing, but keep in mind what gemstones have been set. All organic gems, such as amber, pearls and coral, need to breathe.
– Pearls love satin-lined boxes. The porous stones, like turquoise and opals, also need exposure to fresh air and humidity. They will deteriorate if stored in dark, dry places. Wrapping the “breathing” gems in a soft cloth is recommended.
– Avoid using harsh jewellery cleaners.
– Apply lotions or perfume and allow to dry before putting your jewellery on.
– Remember this basic rule: Jewellery should be the last thing you put on, and the first thing you take off.

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