Item 549NS Sapphire, Kyanite

135,00 incl. BTW

A beautiful combination of 4mm cabochon Kyanite round beads and 4mm faceted Sapphire beads. I completed this necklace with a pendant ( 2.2cm length) of Ruby oval cabochon set in Rhodium coated 925 Sterling Silver. The necklace is finished with Rhodium coated 925 Sterling Silver beads and lobster clasp. Length 49.8cm

Look for the matching bracelet at Item 145BK

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Sapphires are a variety of the mineral corundum as are the equally famous and valuable Rubies. Rubies make up the red side of the family while Sapphires are all the other colors – the famous blue as well as pink, green, purple, orange and yellow. There are also black and colorless Sapphires. The traditional blue sapphire represents loyalty, wisdom, truth, sincerity and faithfulness both in religious matters and in personal relationships. Sri Lanka is the oldest known source of sapphires along with India and Burma (now called Myanmar). As of 2007, Madagascar has been leading the world in sapphire production, though Sri Lanka continues to be the only steady producer of fine quality blue sapphire. Sapphire is the birthstone of September.

Kyanite has a calming effect on the whole being, bringing tranquility and is found in blue, green and black varieties. The blue Kyanite opens the throat chakra, encouraging communication and self-expression. Kyanite is known for its ability to bring all of the chakras into alignment. Kyanite deposits can be found in many locations around the world. Some of the most important sources include Austria, Burma, Brazil, Cambodia, India, Kenya, Myanmar, Nepal, Russia, Serbia, Switzerland, Tanzania, the United States and Zimbabwe. Kyanite is the birthstone for September.

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