By Lauriane Lognay
Considered rarer than diamond, tanzanite has been known for its rich blue to purplish colour range since its discovery in 1967. It remains one of the most sought-after gemstones in the industry, and can only be found in Tanzania near Mount Kilimanjaro. As tanzanite celebrates 50 years, let’s dive into the story behind it and how to take care of it for years to come.
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