Luotettavaa jalokivikauppaa Suomeen jo vuodesta 2005, Meiltä löydät Suomen laajimman valikoiman värillisiä jalokiviä sekä edullisia timantteja aitoustodistuksilla , aina luotettavasti ja palautustakuulla, nyt myös arvokellot

Tansaniitti pisara

Tansaniitti pisara
Tansaniitti pisara
Tuotetta rajoitettu erä.
3,90 €
Sisältää alv. 24.00 %
Saatavuus Varastossa
Tuotenumero 650020

Tansaniitti

 

Alkuperä (todennäköinen) : Tansania

Paino ( ct noin ) : 0,21

Mitat ( mm noin ) : 3,8 x 3,1 x 2,7

Hionta : viistehiottu

Puhtaus  : SI1


               Erinomainen         Erittäin hyvä         Hyvä            ”kakkosluokkaa”

Hionta                                                                                       X

Loisto                                                              X

Väri                                                                 X


Ominaista : pienihiontainen tansaniitti


Affordable and beautiful, the rich violet-blue colors of tanzanite have made it one of the most popular colored stones in recent years. Found only in Tanzania near the town of Arusha, tanzanite is a rare gemstone irregularly available in enough quantity to meet the strong demand.
Known Facts
Color Key:Blue, Blue Purple, Green, Pink.
Refractive Index:1.688 - 1.707
Chemical Composition:Ca2(Al,OH)Al2(SIO4)
Hardness:6-7
Density:3.30 (+.10, -.10)
Crystal Group:Orthorhombic
Ocurrence:Tanzania
A variety of Zoisite, tanzanite is the trade name for the transparent blue – violet blue variety. Tanzanite is generally enhanced by heat unless otherwise specified. The unheated crystals can be green, violet, yellowish or, light blue but a brownish root beer color is most common. Heating at 380 degrees C will produce the intense top blue sapphire color. Surprisingly, it is the dark brown crystals that produce the most valuable dark blue stones after heating. The treatment is permanent and accepted in the trade.
Tanzanite is trichroic and exhibits pronounced pleochroism. The colors respective to the three vibrational directions are sapphire-blue, sage green, and purple. Orientation is an important consideration for cutters who need to consider both the yield and the resulting color.
Because of their similarity in color, comparisons between tanzanite and sapphire are inevitable. Fine tanzanites are more affordable and usually better in terms of both color and clarity. However, tanzanites are soft compared to sapphire. Top color sapphires are more rare, much harder, extremely tough and, much more expensive.
Historical tanzanite prices have shown amazing volatility and fluctuations. Wholesale prices for top stones have ranged between $150 to $1000/ct. over the last 20 years. A function of supply and demand, tanzanite prices have always recovered because of their fine color, clarity and affordability.
Grading Tanzanite
We grade and price our tanzanites according to color, size, cut and clarity. Color is the most important factor in determining the value. Most dealers would assess the color component of a stone at between 50 – 70% of its value. In general the best color is bright, rich, and intense. Vivid violetish blue or bluish violet colors are best. Tanzanite can be too dark or too light and the best tones are medium to medium dark. Some dealers describe describe the best colors as AAA.
There is a GIA color guide that rates the colors. This is not a final rule about color grading but it is something the buyer can consider. We color grade our stones according to the closest possible match from the GIA color set.
The guide rates the tanzanite colors as follows on a scale from 1-10: vB 6/5 - 10, bV 6/5 - 8.1, B6/5 - 8.1, vB 5/5 - 6.4, V 6/4, vB 7/5 - 6.4, vB 5/5 6.4 .. and the list goes on but selecting the color you like is more important.
Photographing Tanzanite