Today wearing tanzanite earrings is the height of sophistication but adorning the ears with gold and jewels is an ancient practice that was done by both men and women. Ear piercing
is widely considered one of the oldest known forms of body modification. Today we have much more choice when it comes to placement and design of earrings.
One of the most eye catching and sought after is the tanzanite earrings, with it vivid colour and rarity it is guaranteed to catch the attention of everyone in the room. There are many types of earring but for tanzanite earrings there are three types th
at are mostly used.
Dangle Type Tanzanite Earrings
A drop earring attaches to the earlobe, usually with a post or hook fitting. The tanzanite jewel dangles down, sometimes by hoop or more regularly a chain. The length can vary wildly from very short to extremely long and extravagant.
Drop Type Tanzanite Earrings
Dangle earrings can be very eye catching, they tend to flow from the earlobe but the length can vary a lot. They can be anything from an inch to just past the shoulders, but no matter what the length it will be the glorious tanzanite that manages to catch the eye. They’re usually attached by thin wires that thread through the earlobe and are held in place by way of a hook or sometimes a French hook is used instead.
Stud Type Tanzanite Earrings
The stud is the most common form of earring and is usually the very first type of earring that anyone has. Its main characteristic is that it appears to float on the earlobe as if by magic. It is in fact held in place with a bar fitting that goes right through the earlobe. While studs usually feature a gemst
one, the tanzanite stud earring is the most beautiful of all stud earrings beacause of the beauty and rarity of the stone.
Regardless of what design of earring you would like to own, and whatever jewels you would like on it, make sure that the main jewels are tanzanites. Put simply, tanzanite earrings are the only ones guaranteed to look like perfection on your ears.