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Explore the Natural Rough Tanzanite Stones in our collection, featuring a varieties of stone deals. Explore our selection of natural, uncut tanzanite stones tailored for lapidary artisans, alongside loose tanzanites curated for jewelry artists. Discover the exclusive deals on these blue gemstones, providing you with a diverse range to help you in creating lapidary art work or designing your gems jewelry or DIY crafts. 

Don't miss out on this opportunity to acquire blue tanzanite stones that will undoubtedly enhance your work. Shop now. If you want any custom order or want to get Quote on wholesale stones, contact us

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What FolkmarketGems Can Offer you in Natural Uncut Tanzanite or Loose Tanzanite Stones?

The most popular stone, Tanzanite, is mostly found in blue or blue-violet color and belongs to the zoisite family. It is commercially found in only one place in the world: the Merelani Hills of Tanzania, and this is the reason its name is Tanzanite in honor of the place. Now, it is the main rival of sapphire and is the main contributor to the market.

Tanzanite shows different colors because of pleochroism, which means that crystal shows a different color when it is by the different crystal directions. Tanzanite pleochroism was mentioned in the scientific paper soon after its discovery. 1969 American mineralogist revealed the gem's pleochroic colors are deep blue. Red-violet and yellow-green. But nowadays, most of the gems are heat treated to reduce their yellowish and green color or, in other words, their pleochroic color to maximize their blue or violet color. The reason behind this is that this blue color, Tanzanite, is more expensive and is more in demand.

What Types of tanzanite Stone Varieties are available at Folkmarketgems?

At our store FolkmarketGems, we cover all types of variations of the tanzanite stone, which best suits our beloved customer, but if you can’t find your required stones, then you can also place your custom order. We are available 24/7 for our customers.

As you all know, tanzanite a pleochroic stone, so it may vary in color because of the angle from which we view it. So, most prominently, it shows three colors: one is blue, another one is purplish red, and the last one or greenish yellow.

Verities in FolkmarketGems are listed below:

  • Rare natural tanzanite
  • Natural raw Tanzanite for cabbing
  • Natural raw blue Tanzanite
  • Rough tanzanite gemstones.

Don’t think that we are limited in our collection. If you have requirements other than these, so you can place your custom order. We most welcome our clients.

What is the composition of Tanzanite?

As we know, tanzanite is a variety of mineral zoisite, which is a member of the epidote mineral family. The chemical formula of zoisite is Ca2Al3(SiO4) (Si2O7) O(OH).

  • Silicon (Si)
  • Oxygen (O)
  • Aluminum (Al)
  • Hydrogen (H)
  • Calcium (Ca)
  • Vanadium (V) -  

These six elements combine to make Tanzanite, and the vanadium trace element is responsible for the unique blue-violet color of Tanzanite.

  • Mineral Type: Zoisite
  • Chemical Formula: Ca2Al3(SiO4)3(OH)
  • Refractive Index: 1.691 to 1.700
  • Hardness at Mohs : 6 to 7 
  • Color: Intense Blue, Purplish Pink with blue. Violet blue, Violet Purple. Bluish Violet
  • S.G: 3.35 
  • Birefringence: 0.008 to 0.013

 What are the different types of Tanzanite?

The rare gem tanzanite belongs to the zoisite mineral family. There are no specific types, but Tanzanite, like other gemstones like sapphire, has a few variations on the basis of the colors and cuts. It can show different colors, shapes, and tones on the basis of the cut. Most of the time, its types are described on the base of its colors.

  • Blue
  • Violet
  • Greenish-yellow
  • Redish-brown

Everyone knows about the history and legacy of the tanzanite stone, but have you ever thought about the tanzanite jewelry? The most amazing things about these stones is that it adjusts itself in every type of use like. It can be attractive In any cut and size, and also it adjusts itself for any jewelry from silver cluster rink to 18k white gold designs. You are buying that gemstone, which will always be the cause of your pleasure when you look at it. We at our folk market store cover all types like bracelets, earrings, and many jewelry products. We can also take your custom orders. You know that our customers are our priority. It's time to grab your favorite tanzanite gems with a wide range of variety and amazing designs only on your favorite store folk market. Your favorite jewelry and stones are just too waiting to be discovered.  

Type of Raw Tanzanite Stones for Gemstone Cutters and Lapidary Artists

Gemstone cutters and lapidary artists are the most important people to find out the real beauty of the raw Tanzanite. They carefully cut, gave them a shape, and polished them to show the real beauty of the Tanzanite. Raw gemstones provide the opportunity for gem cutters to cut them to fulfill specific jewelry or décor needs. No matter where you use them, like in face cuts, cabochons, or other artistic uses. 

The professional craftsman examines each Tanzanite, and then they decide how it should be cut and which type of shape and cut we can get from this raw Tanzanite. When gems cutters decide to cut the benzamide, then the cutting planning is the most crucial process for them because they have to dice the cut type, which increases its brilliance and increases its value. Before the gems cutter cuts it, they divide the Tanzanite into the desired market pieces, which is part of planning the rough stones to be seen or cut. The wrong cut can spoil the gem, and it can be useless. Then, it is polished to get its final shape to present in the market. Top of Form

What are common uses for Tanzanite?

The most widespread use of tanzanite gems is in jewelry, especially in rings, pendants, earrings, and necklaces. It is also famous for pleochroism, which means that it shows different shades of colors when we see it from different angles. The Tanzanite is a popular and unique choice for those who are looking for something special and unique. Your favorite store folk markets provide you the opportunity to find your favorite stone from our collection.

What is Tanzanite used for besides jewelry?             

Tanzanite, renowned for its amazing beauty, is also believed to possess healing properties. Beyond its aesthetic allure, this gemstone is thought to boost confidence, aiding individuals in overcoming fears and anxieties. Additionally, it is said to promote a sense of calmness, contributing to a balanced and centered mindset.

Where is Tanzanite most commonly found?

Tanzanite exclusively originates from a singular location worldwide, namely Tanzania, situated near Mount Kilimanjaro in northern Tanzania. The scarcity of this gemstone, coupled with its unique geological setting, has propelled its value surpassing even that of diamonds. The finite nature of Tanzanite reserves is anticipated to go away within a few years. Due to its distinct geographic occurrence, the likelihood of discovering Tanzanite in other parts of the world is minimal. Notably, the entry of Tanzanite into the commercial market was pioneered by D'souza, a tailor by trade and a passionate prospector. Initially mistaken for a sapphire, it wasn't until a few years later that the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) in New York identified and classified Tanzanite as a variety of zoisite through careful analysis.

Tanzanite as Birthstone

Tanzanite serves as the birthstone for December and boasts a range of rainbow colors including bluish purple, purple, greenish purple, and pinkish purple. Its diverse color exhibits a beautiful array reminiscent of a rainbow, setting it apart from other gemstones. Although closely resembling the blue hue of precious sapphire stone, Tanzanite represents often the ideal blue shade as favourite color for December birthstone lovers. This gem is frequently utilised in jewelry as a substitute for blue sapphire. FolkmarkgetGems assists you in discovering your preferred gem based on your budget, color preferences, and personal taste. Today, Tanzanite is not only associated with December birthdays but also recognised as a gem for the 24th wedding anniversary.

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