|Wrong turn leads to $2 billion in buried treasure Incredibly rare find � 1000 times rarer than diamonds! Tanzania, 1967. A prospector hiking through the sunbaked African hills realizes he is lost. He takes a left instead of a right and finds himself in a Masaai village. Red-robed warriors approach with fists clenched tight. He braces for a fight. But as soon as they open their palms, all is well. Inside are sparkling stones, the likes of which he has never seen. The man smiles and says, “;Show me more.”; That was how the story of tanzanite began. Today you can continue the remarkable tale with our Karatu Tanzanite Ring. Order today to bring home genuine tanzanite totaling more than 1-carat set in .925 sterling silver for this exclusive Stauer price! Found in only one place on the planet. The five ovals in our Karatu Tanzanite Ring are direct relatives of those stunning original gemstones. We know this for a fact because you can’t find tanzanite anywhere else on Earth. It only exists within a 960-acre parcel of the Merelani Hills near Mt. Kilimanjaro (an area slightly larger than New York’s City’s Central Park). This historic exclusivity makes tanzanite at least 1000 times rarer than diamonds! Tanzanite gets rarer by the minute. In the decades since its discovery, tanzanite has become one of the world’s most coveted gemstones. Pieces featured in our own luxury line can sell for $1000 per carat and some retailers charge as much as $2,000 per carat! But while demand is growing, supply is limited. Even though the Tanzanian government strictly controls mining, nobody knows exactly how much tanzanite remains. Most experts predict that the mines will run dry within our lifetime. That’s why the time to act is now. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. Not only have we LOWERED the price on this rare gemstone, but today you can wear the Karatu Tanzanite Ring for an extended trial period. That’s right, if you’re not captivated by the beauty of tanzanite, send it back within 60 days for a complete refund of your purchase price. Don’t miss this chance to claim your own piece of the $2 billion buried treasure!