All natural Black Sapphire 925 Sterling silver ring
Origin - Burma
color - Black/ Golden Star Sapphire
Carats - call for detail
Cut - Cabochon
Sapphire is known as the wisdom stone, each color having its own particular wisdom. It focuses and calms the mind and releases unwanted thoughts and mental tension. Bringing in peace of mind and serenity, Sapphire aligns the physical, mental, and spiritual planes and restores balance within the body. This stone releases depression and spiritual confusion and stimulates concentration. It brings prosperity and attracts gifts of all kinds. Placed on the throat, Sapphire releases frustration and facilitates self-expression.
HEALING Sapphire calms overactive body systems and regulates the glands. It heals the eyes, removing impurities and stress. It treats blood disorders and alleviates excessive bleeding, strengthens veins, and improves their elasticity.
Hall, Judy. The Crystal Bible (p. 253).
Star Sapphires are created when the corundum is inter grown with silky fibrous inclusions of Rutile. These combine with Sapphire’s trigonal structure to create six-rayed, and sometimes twelve-rayed star reflections when light is shined upon the stones. Therefore, Star Sapphires combine the vibrational properties of Sapphire and Rutile. This makes Star Sapphires the most energetically active of all Sapphires. All their effects are accelerated and amplified by the highly charged emanations of the Rutile threads. Star Sapphires focus and reflect spiritual energies in the same way they respond to light. They remind us that the Star of our hearts’ yearning is latent within us and that every outer manifestation we treasure is a reflection of the Light of our own essence. Because these stones are less transparent than other Sapphires, the energies of Star Sapphires are denser and more grounded in the physical world, even though they are also more intense. This makes them ideal tools for individuals who need help with grounding their ideas in three-dimensional reality and who also need extra energy for bringing things through to completion.
Simmons, Robert. The Book of Stones, Revised Edition (pp. 422-423).