Blue Sapphire (Neelam Stone) is a highly precious, blue colored gemstone of the Corundum mineral family.
Blue Gemstone Identification.
|Blue Sapphire||Rich and Saturated Blue|
|Blue Topaz||Light to medium translucent blue|
|Tanzanite||Dark translucent violet-blue|
|Star Sapphire||Blue star on the surface|
What is a dark blue crystal?
Dark Blue Crystals like Sodalite and Lapis Lazuli signify your ability to communicate with yourself. Blue Crystals will also give you stability, security, and safety when you’re embarking on a long journey or moving to a different location.
What gemstones did Vikings use?
The Vikings acquired carnelian and rock crystal both as finished beads and as rough. They fashioned the rough into beads, which they faceted to enhance their brilliance and sparkle. Another widely used Viking gemstone is almandine, or iron aluminum silicate, the dark-red member of the garnet group of minerals.
Is Csarite rare?
Csarite is the name given to a variety of Diaspore. This variety is a very new gemstone, first mined in 2006 and discovered on and off ever since. It is incredibly rare with only one piece discovered to every ten thousand diamonds cut and polished each year.