#12 Blue Zircon 10.5x8.1 Pear Shape pair 12.13cts TMZ
Zircon has importance not only as a gemstone, but as an ancient tool that gives us clues about the past. With the oldest known example of zircon dating its formation back almost 4.4 billion years, researches have used study of the material to reveal clues about the earth's formation. Found around the world, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Myanmar, and Australia compile some important sources of zircon. Blue tinged with shades of green creates a teal color from Cambodia that most recall when thinking of zircon. Recent discoveries in Tanzania have found zircons from the warmer side of the spectrum, reinvigorating collector's desire with the variations.