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We feature created Diamond, Sapphire and Tanzanite simulates loose and in trendy fashion Jewelry, including beautiful rings, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets. Unlike most Cubic Zirconia (CZR02) Jewelry and loose stones, our stones have a hardness rating of 8.5 to 8.8 on the Mohs scale. Our Russian CZR02 are so hard that they can cut glass and do not fade like regular CZ. Our stones are AAAAA and have been used by Jewellers all over South Africa and worldwide. Celebrities worldwide are now wearing Simulates as they are conflict free. All Simulates from 5mm and up are hand-cut!
Our customers always say that our Jewellery and Stones look better than the real thing, with outstanding quality and great prices. Our goal is to provide you with total customer satisfaction. Try us out and you will keep coming for more. Remember these do not fade and you will be stunned by their beauty.
This is an Outstanding Top Quality AAAAA Princess Cut Tanzanite Simulate - Finest Visual Tanzanite Simulate
Do not confuse our Simulates with cheaper, lesser quality stones, which may fade and discolour over time. These are the finest quality simulates, with similar/ better visual properties to a natural mined Tanzanites. Their sparkle and lustre is permanant, looking superb when mounted in any type of jewellery, or just left loose for whatever purpose you may have. Please note that these are not Natural Tanzanites
Simulate Tanzanite is every bit as stunning as it's naturally mined counterpart and like all Simulate gems, Simulate Tanzanite has a hardness of 8.5 on the Mohs scale, so it is very durable. In fact, the only noticeable difference you'll be able to see between naturally mined Tanzanite and Simulate Tanzanite will be in the price. Jewellers find it difficult to tell the difference between high quality Simulate Tanzanites and mined Tanzanites without the use of specialised testing equipment. 100% money back guarantee!