Enchanting shades of nature get trapped in numerous ways example the bright green in leaves, white in the form of pearls, blue in the form of water, Orange in the gentle sunlight and many other amazing colours in the form of stones, metals and minerals too. Using the naturally obtained elements for the purpose of adornment has been famous since ages. The only addition now would be the research of properties of these elements. Finding the primary nature of these stones, using them for that purpose would fetch unmatched results. Example: Hessonite stone is said to relieve tension and give stability. Likewise on the other hand blue sapphire is very powerful which may not be suitable for everyone. It is not wise to discard the good luck or malefic effects that a stone brings in. There are few stones which are non-reactive but are soothing and give a sense of pleasantness to the adorner. Some such stones are as below:
Morganite– A rare semi-precious stone which is pretty, peachy-pink variety of beryl, Morganite has a high degree of brilliance, excellent durability, and comes in captivating shades of rose pink. Its warm overtones make Morganite engagement rings an ideal alternative for diamonds. They are also durable and affordable; make Morganite rings a great daily wear.
Amethyst– A symbol of spirituality and contentment. It is one of the most popular choices among the semi-precious stones. Amethysts are believed to hold a legendary power to stimulate and soothe the mind and emotions. The finest amethyst is a deep purple colour. It looks the best in daylight as compared to artificial lighting. The deep colours are the most valuable.
Moissanite– They resemble Diamonds closely, with few key differentiators, one of which being price. Given their similarities, while Diamonds are the birthstone for April, Moissanite can be used as an alternative option. A very important factor of moissanite is dispersion – the ability of a gemstone to throw light, also known as its fire. The dispersion of moissanite is incredibly high (nearly 2.4 times greater than diamonds), making it the most popular among diamond simulants.
Tourmaline- It comes under mineral species. In gemological practice, individual species names are not used. Instead all are simply termed “tourmaline.” The name is derived from the Sinhalese word “tourmali,” which means “mixed parcel”. Colour is king for Tourmaline, which is found in more hues, shades and nuances than any other gem.
The cosmic placement of the holy nine i.e. Diamond, Hessonite (Gomed), pearl, Blue Sapphire, Yellow Sapphire, Cats Eye, Red Coral, Ruby, Emerald form the Navratnas. They are the essence of uprooting many malefic caused by planetary moments in a persons horoscope.
Previously Navratnas were just limited to men’s ring but they have picked up popularity and are now coming in various jewellery items such as Navratna gold earrings, navratna gold necklace sets and Navratna gold Harams etc.
Other Stunning Stones
Stone jewellery has long been famous and remained ever popular. Unlike the traditional stones such as the rubies and emeralds, jewellers are now inclined to bring in stones like CZs, aquamarines, Italian corals, Tourmalines, Russian morganitesetc in to the making of variety of gold stone necklace designs.
One can do a thorough online research on stone Jewellery and can match it with your attires. A must see is the Vaibhav jewellers collections. Their latest gold necklace designs include navratnas, CZs, Rubies, Emeralds, Russian morganites, Aquamarines, Tourmalines, Red Coral necklaces and many such unique, uber exclusive pieces only atvaibhavjewellers.