GEM & JEWELRY ARTICLE

Free Infographic on Tanzanite Color

We have created this infographic for general use to help the consumer better understand how color affects value in Tanzanite Feel free to use it on your site - just please use the licensed embed code we provide to do so.

Nicky Thomas

Gemstone & Jewelry
Style & Trends Editor

The following infographic is an easy to use and understand graphic which explains how Tanzanite color affects value 



FREE Infographic Tanzanite Color



Use this InfoGraphic for FREE on your Site!
 

Feel free to use this infographic for free on your site, however the licence we grant you requires that you properly and correctly attribute the work to us by using the following embed code to display the infographic.

Copy and paste this embed code into the html for the page you want to place it on:


<div><a href="https://www.theraregemstonecompany.com/tanzanite"><img src="http://www.lapigems.com/blog/image.axd?picture=2013%2f1%2ftanzanite-color-info.png" alt="FREE Infographic Tanzanite Color"></a></div>



ABOUT THE AUTHOR Nicky Thomas

Educated at the University of Exeter and a key part of our team here at The Rare Gemstone Company, Nicky has been fascinated by gemstones and jewelry since childhood. She explores all areas of the industry in her blog and revels in the proximity to gems and jewels that working at the source of some of the world’s most beautiful and rarest gemstones provides her.

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