Citrine Tanzanite Nature Inspired Rings in 14K Gold

Inspired by the creations of the earth, these Citrine pendants make a unique statement. November's birthstone, citrine sparkles like honey. Carry the warmth and glow of a golden sunset with you by wearing a beautiful citrine ring. Tanzanite is the new birthstone of December and has a unique purple-blue color. A tanzanite ring is one of the newest fashion trends and is a must for any jewelry collection.

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Diamond Butterflies
Genuine Citrine With Genuine Tanzanite & Diamond Ring
manufacturer-direct price:
$724.00
citrine-tanzanite keepsake curls ring
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Summer Winds
Genuine Citrine With Genuine Tanzanite & Diamond Ring
manufacturer-direct price:
$524.00
citrine-tanzanite floral keepsake ring
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Floral Elegance
Genuine Citrine With Genuine Tanzanite & Diamond Ring
manufacturer-direct price:
$414.00
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Butterfly
Genuine Citrine With Genuine Tanzanite & Diamond Ring
manufacturer-direct price:
$599.00
citrine-tanzanite roses ring
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Rose Garden
Genuine Citrine With Genuine Tanzanite Ring
manufacturer-direct price:
$334.00

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citrine Jewelry

Citrine has been popular for thousands of years and used to be revered for its rarity, though that has changed with time. The ancient Romans used it for beautiful jewelry and intaglio work. It was also very popular for jewelry in the 19th century. During the Art Deco period between World Wars I and II, large citrines were set in many prized pieces, including the massive and elaborate Art Deco inspired jewelry pieces made for big Hollywood stars such as Greta Garbo and Joan Crawford.... learn more

tanzanite Jewelry

Tanzanite is a member of the mineral family zoisite, which has been known about for nearly two centuries. Zoisite occurs in a number of varieties, the most sought after being tanzanite. This mineral family was named zoisite in 1805, some time after the Austrian scientist Baron Siegmund Zois von Edelstein (1747-1819) had identified the mineral in the Saualpe Mountains of Carintha, Austria. Siegmund Zois von Edelstein operated an iron mine in the Karawanken Mountains in Karnten Austria and encountered the mineral on his own property. Centuries later, the discovery of a bright blue transparent variety that we now know as tanzanite, created a lot of excitement in the specialist world.... learn more