Faceted Sapphire Beads, 7.5mm

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These faceted round blue sapphire beads are 100% natural and not treated in any way.

Exact size: 7.5mm
Hole size: 1mm

You will receive beads from this exact strands shown in these photos.

A full strand is 50 beads. Choose a full strand or a partial strand in the dropdown. If you need a custom number of beads, please send a request for a quote.

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ABOUT BLUE SAPPHIRE

Metaphysical:

Sapphire is called the stone of Wisdom, stimulating concentration, enhancing creativity and promoting …

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These faceted round blue sapphire beads are 100% natural and not treated in any way.

Exact size: 7.5mm
Hole size: 1mm

You will receive beads from this exact strands shown in these photos.

A full strand is 50 beads. Choose a full strand or a partial strand in the dropdown. If you need a custom number of beads, please send a request for a quote.

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ABOUT BLUE SAPPHIRE

Metaphysical:

Sapphire is called the stone of Wisdom, stimulating concentration, enhancing creativity and promoting purity and depth of thought.

Associated with the planet Saturn, Blue Sapphire embraces order, structure, and self-discipline, and is ideal for accomplishing goals and manifesting ideas into form.

Gemology:

Sapphire is a variety of Corundum, an aluminum oxide mineral that can be transparent to opaque. Blue is considered Sapphire’s “true” color and the one most often recognized, though Sapphire does form in a diversity of colors. Additional mineral compounds forming with aluminum oxide are responsible for the different coloration, and in the case of Blue Sapphire, iron and titanium provide its heavenly hues.

History:

In Hebrew lore, King Solomon and Abraham both wore talismans of Sapphire, and the Law given to Moses on the Mount was said to be engraved on tablets of Sapphire. The Greeks wore it for wisdom at Delphi when seeking answers from the Oracle at Apollo’s Shrine. Buddhists believed it brought devotion and spiritual enlightenment, and the Hindus considered Sapphire as one of the “great gems” used in offerings in the temples for worship and to align astrological influences. In Christianity it was used in ecclesiastical rings, and was cherished by kings and nobility for its powers of protection and insight.

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