Monday, March 6, 2017

10 Type of “Blue” Gemstones, I doubt you knew existed!

Color is the king for any gemstone. If we talk about the color of gemstone, Blue is a rare and amazing color. Also give anyone a royal look instantly! There are always a variety of colors available for anyone in a gemstone. One may choose according to the color or prize of the gemstones. Blue is the color of wisdom and royalty, this color is rarely found in food also. It is mostly seen in the sky and ocean. The most well known gemstone of all is “Blue sapphire”, as we all know. But only knowing that this blue sapphire is the only one gemstone which has a blue color is completely wrong because there are a lot of other gemstones possessing the same color. We never think beyond diamond or blue sapphire! Do we? No, but there are other jewelries which are precious and quite expensive compared to diamond. People might find that diamond is quite cheap in front of them. So, if you are limiting your jewelry to just blue sapphire then let me tell you there is much more to explore in the same and this article might help you in researching about the “blue” gemstone in detail because there is a lot more which you have no idea about! Check this out:

Blue Fluorite

These Blue fluorites are not a common gemstone and they are completely spectacular. It also has a healing property and when it is used with the Third Eye Chakra, Blue Fluorite enhances spiritual awaking and clear communication between the physical and spiritual planes.  Used with the Throat Chakra, Blue Fluorite aids in orderly communication of intuitive insights.  The calm, serene energy of Blue Fluorite brings inner peace.

Blue Iolite

Iolite helps in recovering balance, and is recommended for those suffering from disorientation, lack of motivation, chronic disorganization, and distraction. It strengthens the resolve to take on responsibility and carry through, and provides self-assurance and endurance in adverse situations. It is an excellent source of energy when used for the elimination of debt and the responsible management of money.

Blue Dumortierite Quartz

Dumortierite quartz colors can range from red-brown to violet-blue, and from dark to light blue. Dark blue is the most common color. Color is very often unevenly distributed, exhibiting areas of dark and light blue, similar to lapis lazuli and sodalite. Many stones may also exhibit whitish streaks or spots along with their blue color. Dumortierite mineral impurities within the quartz are responsible for the blue color.

Blue Kyanite

Although Kyanite comes in colors other than blue, the meaning of its name comes from the Greek word which means 'blue'. This is because when Kyanite was discovered the blue colored variety of the stone was the most common. It has been found in Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Burma, Australia, Brazil, Mexico and the USA.

Blue Rainbow Moonstone

Rainbow Moonstone intensifies your feminine 'Goddess' energy! It is a stone that enhances your feelings and encourages fervent desires, eager expectation and heartfelt resolve! It holds within it the deep seated nature of feminine energy and this energy will help to balance the masculine-feminine vibrations within your body, and will nurture your spirit.

Blue Azurite

The blue azurite is exceptionally deep and clear, and for that reason the mineral has tended to be associated since antiquity with the deep blue color of low-humidity desert and winter skies.

Blue Spinel

This blue Spinel was one famous for being mistaken as blue sapphire or ruby. This was the most popular of all. This is in a great demand nowadays also; this natural blue spinal is not found in our common markets. It is rarely available and one of the precious stone.

Blue Diamond

 These beautiful diamonds are colored blue by trace amounts of boron that contaminate the crystalline lattice structure. Blue diamond’s belong to a subcategory of diamonds called fancy color diamonds, the generic name for diamonds that exhibit intense color. Blue diamond’s range in grade from Flawless to Included just as in the case of white diamonds.

Blue Indicolite Tourmaline

Blue Tourmaline evokes the tranquility of deep blue water and gliding well beneath its surface. It is also known as Indicolite, a variation of the original Indigolite, and refers to its deep blue color. Rarer than other Tourmalines, it forms in shades of light to dark blue, some with a tint of turquoise. One of the rare rest and beautiful gemstone.

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