Unlock the Beauty of Tsavorite – Discover its Radiant Green Brilliance
|Green to emerald green. Tsavorite is rarely treated, as it is naturally bright with minimal inclusions.
|7.5 out of 10 on the Mohs scale.
|The highest-quality tsavorite is believed to be mined in Tanzania, although it was first discovered in Kenya.
|Tsavorite is commonly a very small stone, so anything weighing more than 2cts is very rare. Tsavorite only came into popular knowledge in the late 1960s, at which point Tiffany & Co. took great interest in the gemstone.
|Tsavorite is believed to represent romance, sensuality and confidence, and is believed to bring about success in business.