person was budget conscious, so we put together a bangle
that contained a lot of uncut stones for maximum benefit
at minimal price.
Uncut Diamond: 2.00 cts @ $275 per ct = $550
Our high end uncut diamond normally cost $380 per carat.
This one had a few minor inclusions to help bring the
cost down to $275 per carat.
Uncut Yellow Sapphire Crystal: 2.24 cts @ $55
per ct = $123
Normally when dealing with uncut stones, we like to
go with bigger stones, to compensate for small imperfections
that tend to be found in uncut material. A 2.24 carat
uncut stone is small, but this person had a very strong
Jupiter and this stone was particularly clean.
Uncut Blue Sapphire Crystal: 6.30 cts @ $45per
ct = $283
This is a good size for an uncut stone. This Blue Sapphire
had a very deep blue color and at $45 per carat, this
person could afford to get a big one. The outstanding
feature of this stone is the deep blue color which unlike
99% of most faceted deep blue stones is definitely unheated
as a friend of mine in Australia that owns the sapphire
mine supplies me directly. These crystals are bought
for there flatish shape that allows for a comfortable
and large skin contact which allows for maximum electro-magnetic
Chrysoberyl Catseye: 2.05 cts @ $260 per ct = $533
A top of the line Chrysoberyl Catseye can go as high
as $410 per carat. And even then I have some extraordinary
specimens in the milk and honey variety that leap past
the $750 a carat range. Though this price is dictated
by fashion and rarity and not the quality of the gems
homogenous catseye phenomena.
Once again, because this person was budget conscious
and had a strong Ketu, we chose a low carat, mid-range
Red Coral 2.55 cts $70 total = $70
Mars is this person's strongest planet, so he did not
need much coral. He got a small piece with a deep red
color. Often we have clients who have a well placed
coral but still express weaker mars indications like
sensitivity to the cold. Lack of physical energy. I
like to stress that as we get older our receptivity
to planetary energies gets severely weakened and this
is part of the condition for many . However for remedial
strategy to combat this a coral necklace is wonderful
tool to experiment with to evaluate its often dramatic
usefulness. It can be worn for a few days when one feels
low on energy or is combating a cold winter and removed
when summer is flying its warm colors and are fitness
is coming around.
Natural Seawater Pearl 6.18 cts $250 total = $250
Normally pearl is only around $100 total, but this person
happened to fall in love with a high end piece and wanted
it despite his budget. Sometimes people are drawn to
Ruby 5.00 cts @ $78 per ct = $390
All of our laboratory-grown ruby crystal are flawless
and $48 per carat. 5 carats is an average size.
Emerald 10.50 cts @ $40 per ct = $420
The emerald is laboratory-grown as well, also flawless.
10.5 carats is on the large size for an emerald. Most
people get around 7 or 8 carats.
Hessonite Garnet Uncut 5.70 cts @ $15 per ct =
This person chose an uncut hessonite over cut because
of the incredibly low price of uncut compared to faceted.
(Faceted hessonite costs between $90 and $120 per carat
for flawless weightier material.)
Silver Gem Setting $27 per piece times 9 pieces
Expandable Spring Links $22 per link times 6 links
Bangle total $3,079