Brilliant Ceylon Blue Sapphire – Now That’s What You Call a GEM!
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Gemstoneuniverse.com Table Natural Blue Sapphire Gemstone Facts
|Gemstone||Natural Blue Sapphire|
|Treatment||None. Fully Natural,|
New Delhi, India
|All inclusive Price||$ 5765.40 / INR 3,19,980|
|Comments||A gem is a real gem when every morning you wake up to look at it in a new found fascination and when all else who behold it, are left awe-struck! Now that’s when you have landed a real treasure.
Featured today is a fantastic natural unheated Ceylon Blue Sapphire. This natural Blue sapphire from Sri Lanka has a great jyotish weight of 4.08 carats and appealing silky cornflower blue color. The gem is flawless and has excellent clarity. The most fascinating factor in this gem is the superb lustre that adds a zing to the gemstone. The crystal clear gem and the lustre allows for the gem’s depth to assume attractively, hypnotic and mysterious dimensions.
In Vedic astrology, natural blue sapphire or neelam is the gemstone of planet Saturn/ Shanidev and can be used in a talisman to harness the powerful transformative energies of a well-placed Saturn in the natal chart.
For a gem to be effective for planetary gem therapy, a gem has to be a jyotish quality gem. Aside of the generally known parameters of 4 C’s, it must be devoid of the doshas mentioned in the sacred texts. Let us take one dosha (among many), for instance, a blue sapphire should not be milky in appearance – such a blue sapphire can bring poverty. At Gemstoneuniverse, you can be sure that the gemstones offered to you are all jyotish quality and have been handpicked to ensure that there are no doshas at all!
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