By Jove – The Perfect Gem for Jupiter, Natural Ceylon Yellow Sapphire
Selected Rings, Pendants and Talismans made available to Gemstoneuniverse.com patrons in May 2012
Gemstoneuniverse.com Table Natural Yellow Sapphire Gemstone Facts
|Gemstone||Natural Yellow Sapphire|
|Treatment||None. Fully Natural|
|Origin||Sri Lanka/ Ceylon|
|Patron Location||London, United Kingdom|
|All inclusive Price||$ 1969 / INR 106326|
|Comments||Pure, unadulterated energy, divine planetary energy – coursed through the myriad pathways over millions of years and condensed into colourful crystals inside the womb of the earth. Secretly, in faraway confines, it assumed form – something that could be available to humankind, only if it looked hard enough – true treasures that had the power to transform lives – the gemstones.
Featured today is a fine natural and unheated Ceylon yellow sapphire of 3.40 carats. This unheated yellow sapphire of carats has been set in 22-karat gold as a Jupiter talisman ring. The cushion cut gem from Ratnapura mines of Srilanka has a gorgeous canary yellow color and fantastic clarity.
Yellow sapphire or pukhraj stone is the gemstone of Jupiter/ Jove/ Guru/ Brihaspati and is used to harness this planets benevolent energies. For best jyotish results, a natural and unheated yellow sapphire must be used in a talisman.
A question often heard is who should wear a yellow sapphire. Does it bestow good fortune to one and all? The answer to this quandary is that, despite Jupiter being the Devguru and a benevolent planet it is always best to get a proper gemstone recommendation based on analysis of one’s birth chart. An unsuitable gem for an individual can bring about more problems that can be imagined.
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