TANZANITE

The stone of love and luxury
Tanzanite is a mineral that was first discovered quite recently. In the late 60s of the 20th century, an expedition that went to explore the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro in search of rubies discovered crystals of a mineral very similar to sapphire. Actually, it was considered a sapphire until, according to the results of the examination, this gemstone appeared before scientists as a variety of already known zoisite.
Tanzanite comes in a wide range of colors: blues, purples, cyan and even pinks can be shown in this stone. It is quite brittle - with a hardness of 6.5-7.0 on the Moss scale, tanzanite easily splits and scratches.

Also, tanzanite often has pleochroism - a change in the color of the stone depending on the angle of view. Moreover, unlike iolite, which has dichroism (the stone changes color from cornflower blue to grey/colorless), tanzanite has trichroism - its color varies between purple-blue-brown/yellow.

Tanzanite became widely popular thanks to the jewelry company Tiffany, which proposed the name in honor of Tanzania, where there is the only mine in the world.

The most famous tanzanite was filmed in James Cameron's "Titanic" - the same stone in the "Heart of the Ocean" pendant.

Jewelry with tanzanite should be worn carefully, protected from shock and other strong mechanical influences.
Tanzanite is a talisman of people striving for material wealth and family happiness. Girls wearing jewelry with tanzanite are lucky in love affairs, they have a happy married life.
Anyone who has a talisman made of this stone will certainly achieve a high level of material prosperity and strong family happiness.
Jewelry made of tanzanite improves mood, and if a person has a serious depression, then tanzanite will certainly soften the manifestation of the disease, or even cure the patient altogether. But it is not exactly.

According to astrological theory, this stone will be a good talisman for people born under the signs: Cancer, Pisces, Scorpio, because due to its color, this stone belongs to the water element.