The rarity of this jewel is perhaps often too undervalued. Unlike other gems, Tanzanite has but one source: the mines at the foothills of Tanzania. There is nowhere else in this world other than this compact “band-aid” strip of land, 4 kilometers wide and 2 kilometers long to be exact, that a Tanzanite can be mined. In fact, experts agree that the chances of Tanzanite being found anywhere else in the world are less than one in a million, making this gemstone a thousand times rarer than diamonds. At the current rate of mine, it is estimated that the mines will be depleted within the next 25 years.
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Posted by Leibish & Co. on Monday, June 5, 2017