Natural Unheated Blue Sapphire 5.65 Carat, 6.21 Ratti Lab Approved (Neelam Ratna)

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The Unheated Blue Sapphire is a natural untreated 5.65 carat, 6.21 Ratti Lab Approved Blue Sapphire. It is one of the most beautiful and valuable sapphires in the world today. The history of this stone dates back to ancient times when it was used as an amulet by people from all over Asia, including India, Nepal and Sri Lanka (Ceylon). The name “Neelam” comes from its dark blue color which resembles that of water or sky at night when there is no moonlight shining on it; thus giving rise to its meaning: “dark blue”.
The beauty of this gemstone cannot be described in words alone; you must see it for yourself! Its intense blue color will take your breath away!

Caring for the Unheated Blue Sapphire

The Natural Unheated Blue Sapphire is a natural untreated sapphire, so you should take care to store it in a manner that protects its beauty.

  • Store the stone in an airtight container.
  • Never wear the stone while swimming or bathing, as water can damage it over time.
  • Clean your Neelam Ratna by wiping it with a soft cloth and warm water after wearing to remove any dirt or oil from your fingers that may have accumulated during use (and then dry).

The Value of a Natural 4.80 Carat 5.10 Ratti Neelam Ratna GII India Certified

The value of a natural 4.80 carat 5.10 Ratti Neelam Ratna GII India Certified Neelam is based on the rarity of the gemstone, its cut and clarity, as well as its country of origin.
The most expensive Neelam are those that are mined in Madagascar, Sri Lanka and Burma. These stones tend to be more vibrant in color than others from other countries like Kashmir (India) or Australia.
Neelam with higher grades of clarity also command higher prices because they are more rare than those with lower grades of clarity due to their difficulty in being cut properly without losing any weight during the cutting process or having any cracks appear after it has been set into jewelry pieces by trained professionals who know exactly how much pressure needs applied so nothing happens during this delicate process!

Additional information

Certificate Type

G.I.I. India

Stone Type

Blue Sapphire

Stone Shape


Stone Weight

5Cts to 7Cts

Stone Color


Stone Cut





Sri Lanka

1 review for Natural Unheated Blue Sapphire 5.65 Carat, 6.21 Ratti Lab Approved (Neelam Ratna)

  1. Ravi Kumar

    This gems is very nice and quality is awesome and use everytime and everywhere simply product quality is real feeling good use this product

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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.