Sapphire ALERT !!!


Large cabochon – Excellent quality

NATURAL Deep Blue Sapphires – From Only $50 a caret WOW!

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A friend of mine recently went to India and decided to purchase some stones for his own jewellery making. Some Stones??? – He found a gem dealer who was closing down and he bought the job lot. He has asked me to help him move his excess.  – Which means. Bonus for YOU!

Amazing stones. Amazing Price. ONLY $10 caret – HURRY!

See the images above and below next to an Australian $1 coin & 10c piece for scale.

Private as well as – Retail/Jewellery Wholesale Enquiries Welcome – +61402793604

The Sapphires
Sapphires and rubies are essentially the same stone, Corundum. It is best known for its gem varieties, Ruby and Sapphire. Ruby and Sapphire are scientifically the same mineral, but just differ in color. Ruby is the red variety, and Sapphire is the variety that encompasses all other colors, although the most popular and valued color of Sapphire is blue. Sapphire is also only used to describe the gem variety; otherwise it is simply called Corundum. Corundum is a very hard, tough, and stable mineral. For all practical purposes, it is the hardest mineral after Diamond, making it the second hardest mineral. It is also unaffected by acids and most environments.

The Magnificent and Holy Sapphire

Sacred to the god Mercury of communication and intellect. In all its celestial hues, sapphire is a stone of wisdom and royalty, of prophecy and Divine favor. It is forever associated with sacred things and considered the gem of gems, a jewel steeped in the history and lore of nearly every religion. To the ancient and medieval world, Sapphire of heavenly blue signified the height of celestial hope and faith, and was believed to bring protection, good fortune and spiritual insight. It was a symbol of power and strength, but also of kindness and wise judgment. In Hebrew lore, King Solomon and Abraham both wore talismans of Sapphire, and the Law given to Moses on the Mount was said to be engraved on tablets of Sapphire. The Greeks wore it for wisdom at Delphi when seeking answers from the Oracle at Apollo’s Shrine. Buddhists believed it brought devotion and spiritual enlightenment, and the Hindus considered Sapphire as one of the “great gems” used in offerings in the temples for worship and to align astrological influences. In Christianity it was used in ecclesiastical rings, and was cherished by kings and nobility for its powers of protection and insight. [Kunz, 104, 241][Mella, 103][Eason, 247][Fernie, 96, 102-103] As a talisman, Sapphire was thought to preserve chastity, discover fraud and treachery, protect its wearer from poison, plague, fever and skin diseases, and had great power in resisting black magic and ill-wishing. It healed ailments of the eyes, increased concentration, and would lose luster if worn by an intemperate or impious person. [] Today Sapphire is still a Stone of Wisdom, a royal stone of learning, mental acuity and psychic activation, a seeker after spiritual truth. Its pure Blue Ray brings order and healing to the mind, lending strength and focus, and an ability to see beneath surface appearances to underlying truths and to utilize that knowledge. It stimulates the Throat and Third Eye Chakras, allowing one to access deeper levels of consciousness in order to gain a fuller understanding of self. Associated with the planet mercury, Blue Sapphire embraces quickness of mind, commerce, and communication, and is ideal for accomplishing goals and manifesting ideas into form. Sapphire’s power to transmute negative thoughts and energy also makes it highly effective for earth and chakra healing. [Hall, 253][Ahsian, 340][Simmons, 339]


These Very Good quality Cabochons tend to be the most affordable of the quality natural blue sapphires. A cabochon (or cab, for short) is a stone cut in a dome shape, usually with a flat base, with no facets. Material of good color which is not sufficiently transparent to cut in facets is often used for cabochons. If a sapphire has inclusions of rutile, it may display a star when cut as a cabochon, though most star sapphires are opaque. Good quality non-star sapphire cabochons are usually translucent to transparent, and can be found with strong colors. Since cabochons typically have significant inclusions. High quality blue sapphire cabochons usually  start for around $60 but may reach up to to $500 per carat, depending on size and color.

 OUR PRICE  just $50 caret –At $50 caret for these beautiful high quality gems, you are scooping a bargain set to increase in value.
Below: There are the photos he sent me we are getting some better ones done.
Star Sapphire – 16.4 carats at $60 = $902
Cabochon 5.83 carats@$50 = $$291.50
Cabochon 6.05 carats@$50 = $302
Star Sapphire – 11.43 carrets @ $70 =$800
Cabochon 8 carats@$50 = $400

Each stone is individually pack and weighed and ready to go. We will post to anywhere in the world and are happy to arrange an inspection if you are close by for you or your agent.

Hurry if you want to snap up a bargain!

We are happy to turn over our stock without gouging you and we are very happy to see such precious things go to good appreciative homes.

Phone  +61402 793 604 for more details or for international shipping rates or to order via credit card over the phone or direct debit or via paypal.

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