We can arrange a diamond tour to suit your requirements, but would also like to specifically mention the unique Star Cut diamond with eight additional facets. With a total of 66 facets, this Star Cut radiates a star so bright and clear that it could have easily fallen from the night sky.
The extraction and sale of each of these diamonds, while it may be precious to you, brings great value to society too. One percent of sales from every Star Cut diamond is donated to a social upliftment programme, encouraging skills development and job creation to the town that has brought the world so much beauty.
Curious? We will gladly take you to explore this opportunity and promise that you will not be disappointed.
Tanzanite is an extraordinary gemstone. It occurs in only one place worldwide. Its blue, surrounded by a fine hint of purple, is a wonderful colour. It has rapidly become one of the most coveted gemstones in the world.It is named after the East African state of Tanzania, the only place in the world where it has been found. Africa? Does anyone think of gemstones when they hear that name? Well they should, because Africa is a continent which provides the world with a multitude of truly magnificent gemstones, like tanzanite for example. On its discovery in 1967, it was enthusiastically celebrated by the specialists as the 'gemstone of the 20th century'. They held their breath in excitement as they caught sight of the first deep-blue crystals which had been found in the Merelani Hills near Arusha in the north of Tanzania. Millions of years ago, metamorphic schists, gneisses and quartzites formed impressive, flat-topped inselbergs on a vast plain in the shadow of Kilimanjaro. The precious crystals grew in deposits on the inside of these unusual elevations. For a long, long time they were hidden from the eye of Man, until one day some passing Masai shepherds noticed some sparkling crystals lying in the sun and took them along with them.
Take the opportunity with s to obtain these precious stones.
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