Tanzanite engagement rings have same appearance with blue sapphire stone. tanzanite engagement rings is the most favorite of sapphire. This type of sapphire is seldom to be found in the market of Engagement rings for Men and Women. Sri Lanka and Madagaskar Sapphire is the most favorite sapphire from. There are many kinds of sapphire. There are blue sapphire, yellow sapphire, purple sapphire and white sapphire. The countries that produce sapphire are Australia, Tanzania, Thailand, Cambodia, and the United States (Montana).
There are some special characteristic to mark a pure sapphire. Sapphire stone has a clear appearance more than ruby stone. Beside that, the pure sapphire has some lines that glowing that makes this stone looks more expensive. Tanzanite engagement rings has many kind of form. There are First, it is oval form of engagement rings. This oval form is almost like a round form, but it is different. Oval engagement rings is a symbol for people who is an individual person, but has a good creativity. Beside that, people who choose this model, usually is a traditional person but easy to adapt with a new environment.
Second, it is round engagement rings. This model has a round form in the middle of rings. Some people called eyes. This design is the most popular design which used by many couple in the world. The round form is symbol of an everlasting love for the couple. Couple who choose to use this model, usually has some characteristic. It is romantic, honest, conservative and believable. Third, it is heart/love form. This model is the truly romantic symbol. People who choose this model usually has a romantic characteristic and has a soft feel. Even, usually this type person is too hard to apologize someone, but they can face the world with optimism.
Fourth, it is a pear form. This model is taking an idea from pear. It is a symbol for woman who is an individual person but has a smooth character. Pear also become a symbol of happy family. And people who choose to use this model usually has a high standard for their life and for their environment.