Natural 4.65 Carat Ceylon Sapphire with Lab Certified

Original price was: ₹140,000.00.Current price is: ₹70,000.00.

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The Natural 4.65 Carat Ceylon Sapphire is a gemstone that has been treasured for centuries for its beauty and rarity. This 4.65 carat stone is no exception, and it is certified by a lab to ensure its quality and authenticity.

One of the most striking features of this sapphire is its stunning blue color. The hue is deep and intense, with a vibrancy that catches the eye and draws you in. It is a color that has been coveted for centuries, and this stone exemplifies why. It is truly a sight to behold.

Clarity and brilliance are also important factors that make a gemstone valuable, and this natural Ceylon sapphire excels in both areas. The stone is exceptionally clear, with no visible inclusions or blemishes to detract from its beauty. And when it catches the light, it sparkles and shines with a brilliance that is truly breathtaking.

One of the most compelling aspects of this sapphire is its authenticity. With any gemstone purchase, there is always the concern of authenticity. With this sapphire, you can be sure that it is a genuine natural Ceylon sapphire of the highest quality. The lab certification verifies that the stone has not been treated or enhanced in any way, ensuring that you are getting a truly natural and authentic gemstone.

In terms of value, Ceylon sapphires are among the most valuable sapphires in the world. And with a stone of this size and quality, the value is even greater. Whether you’re a collector looking to add to your collection or an individual in search of the perfect gemstone for a special piece of jewelry, this natural Ceylon sapphire is a top choice.

It’s worth noting that sapphires have a rich history and symbolism. They have been associated with wisdom, truth, and purity for centuries, and have been used as talismans and amulets. Whether you wear this sapphire for its beauty alone or for its deeper meaning, it is sure to be a treasured addition to your collection.

In conclusion, this 4.65 carat natural Ceylon sapphire with lab certification is a truly exceptional gemstone. Its stunning blue color, exceptional clarity and brilliance, and authenticity and rarity make it a valuable and unique treasure. Whether you’re a seasoned collector or a first-time buyer, this sapphire is sure to impress and delight.

Additional information

Certificate Type


Stone Type

Blue Sapphire

Stone Shape


Stone Weight

3Cts to 5Cts

Stone Color

Yellowish Pink

Stone Cut





Sri Lanka


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Who can wear Blue Sapphire?

You can wear blue sapphire for any purpose according to your astrological sign. Blue sapphire is beneficial for every sign of zodiac but depending on the personal effect, wearing a particular type of blue sapphire is preferred by each person. The real value of this gem lies in its natural color, which is usually dark Blue, Light blue and Greenish blue . As far as your horoscope is concerned, you must know that it looks good on those people who have their sun sign in Gemini, Virgo and Aries.

Procedure To Wear Neelam Stone
Day of Wearing : Saturday
Metal for Wearing : Silver or White Gold
Finger for Wearing : Middle Finger
Mantra For Wearing : Aum Sham Shanaish-charaaye Namah.

Benefits of Blue Sapphire?

Blue sapphire, who is a very helpful stone, is often used in astrological benefit. It helps to increase peace and calmness in a person. Blue sapphire also protects you against evil spirits, and evil people by reducing the negative energy around you. This stone also helps you reduce your stress level and become more focused during stressful situations.

Blue sapphire Origin?

The blue sapphire originates in Sri Lanka and Madagascar, two of the world's largest producers of this beautiful gemstone. Blue sapphires are available in many colors ranging from sky blue to violet-blue to peacock blues. The color they acquire depends upon the presence of trace elements such as iron and titanium.