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In an intriguing and eye-catching design, this 3.20 ct. t.w. tanzanite cluster pinwheel ring makes a fabulous cocktail ring display. Like graceful silver ribbons, swirls of sterling silver support clusters of multi-shaped tanzanites...and the result is electric! Sterling silver ring, aptly named the Queen of Kilimanjaro.
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(Color: Violet, Quantity: 19, Shape & Cutting Style: Multiple, Weight: 3.20 ct. t.w., Size: 3X2-4X3 mm)
Exquisite, endangered tanzanite…Once it’s gone, it’s gone forever A part-time prospector saw the chance of a lifetime chance and grabbed it. Will you? Once in a lifetime, Fate hands you a chance that changes everything. The trick is taking that chance before it passes you by, forever. Almost 50 years ago, Fate came knocking on the door of an unassuming Indian tailor in Africa. But this tailor had the heart and instincts of a jewel-hunter. So when Masai warriors showed him the strange stones that had appeared in the foothills of Mt. Kilimanjaro after a brush fire, he took a chance and staked his claim. That one act of faith changed the jewelry world forever. Of course, those exotic, multi-hued stones would soon be known to the world as tanzanite…jewels more brilliant and more valuable than the world had ever seen before. Tanzanite’s tragic secret. It took just a quick flash of lightning to start the brush fire that revealed the beauty of tanzanite to the world, according to Masai legend. But the tragic secret is that these legendary gems could be gone just as quickly. Unlike other precious jewels, tanzanite is found only one place on earth. And that source has been mined heavily over the past decades. Experts say the worldwide supply of tanzanite may disappear within the next few years. Don’t let this chance pass you by. Premium tanzanite is hard to come by these days. So when an Indian jewel merchant procured a limited supply of gorgeous tanzanite stones, master jeweler Mr. Zavani took his lead from the tailor who discovered tanzanite and staked his claim. The result: The Queen of Kilimanjaro. A stunning ring of solid sterling silver, lavishly set with 3.2 carats of rare and radiant tanzanites, swirling around a fiery central stone. Fit for royalty, but priced reasonably enough for any woman to add this crown jewel to her collection Fate has spoken. Are you listening?
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