Some of you might be confused with the title that how two dark gemstones can look together in a single bijou. To unburden you from this dither, I would mention that it’s the emerald-cut in tanzanite rings that I am going to talk about. This is a very difficult shape to acquire, but undoubtedly it brings out a stunning jewel.
Emerald-cut has always been appreciated for its handsomeness and enormous size of the gem being the center stone in the ring. Also, the brilliance, which each corner of a gem in this kind of shape exhibits, is subjugating. And when it is the azure of tanzanite in such dashing shape, it’s a thumbs-up from all.
In an emerald shape, the royal blue of tanzanite adds a zest to the ring if it is accentuated with dainty diamonds. These two sparklers make an excellent pair. The diamonds can be placed around the blue gem or on the metal shank at both sides. Moreover, the ring also looks sensational when both of these patterns, i.e. diamonds enclosing the perimeter and on the shank are installed in a single statement piece. You gain a considerable height of royalty by donning such a ring at any occasion.
Since tanzanite is a new discovery in gemstones and not seen very frequently, you get noticed every time you wear it. Remember, the darker the hue of the gemstone, the more glamorous it looks with diamond accents. On top of it, with the shape of an emerald, the overall appearance of the ring amuses the wearer as well the crowd around.