Topaz is a silicate mineral of aluminium and fluorine. Pure Topaz is Colorless topaz. But Due to impurity it has color like wine, yellow, pale gray or reddish-orange, blue, brown to white, pale green, blue, gold, pink (rare), reddish-yellow. Orange topaz, also known as precious topaz, is the traditional November birthstone. Imperial topaz is yellow, pink (rare, if natural) or pink-orange. Mystic topaz is colorless topaz which has been artificially coated giving it the desired rainbow effect. Blue Topaz is Blue in color and it has Blue color due to high temperature and it may be because of natural or engineered by man. This Special Blue topaz and Mystic website is created to offer the special tow popular type of Jewelry. From the color These are the Major color of topaz. Pink Topaz, Blue Topaz , Brown Topaz , Green Topaz . Hence some time the jewellery is also called in same name of Silver Blue topaz Jewellery, Silver pink Topaz Jewellery or Silver Mystic topaz Jewellery Blue Topaz Jewelry:- Blue Topaz Looks Some thing spell Bound. The soothing Blue color gives cold to eyes and add a magnificent look to the wearer. We offer a largest possible collection of Silver Blue topaz Jewelry. here we offer unique artistic and designer Blue Topaz Jewelry. From Blue topaz Ring to Blue topaz Earring to Blue Topaz pendant. Not only this Rare Big Large Size unique Blue topaz pendants with filigree work on bezel. Blue Topaz is December Birthstone. The Topaz Word is Derived from Sanskrit word “tapas” means fire. Due to its color and property it is consider as a cool gemstone. It shown you color of sea. Blue Topaz is the hardest of the silicate minerals. The Major color of blue topaz are Sky Blue Topaz , Swiss Blue Topaz and London Blue Topaz. In Trading of Blue topaz its nick name is BT. The Major Source of Blue topaz is Brazil, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Mexico, Pakistan, China, and the United States. But Topaz is accepted Birthstone of November also. Thus treated, blue topaz is one of the most popular and widely used of all gemstones.
If you are shopping for an Blue topaz ring then you will be wooed and drawn by its subtly seductive color. Blue topaz comes in a striking violet color and it is believed that it will protect you from seduction. How ironical! For a long-long time, Blue topaz has been one of the most striking stone from the quartz family and it has adorned the thrones and crowns of prince and princesses. The great Moses said that it is the symbol of the Spirit of God. Its name was derived for the Greek word ‘Blue topazos’ meaning not intoxicated. The Blue topaz is the birthstone of those who were born in the month of February. Over the centuries, many faiths and beliefs have been formed around this magical stone. Some say that it can protect your crops against locusts and storm while others believe that it will bring good fortune in war, destroy evil spirits and enhance the intellect. Those are man made beliefs but Blue topaz Mystic topaz Jewelry therapists have a different view. They believe that this magnificent stone can have a cleansing effect on the wearer. But above all the stone symbolizes a strong bond of friendship. In the early ages, Blue topaz was mostly worn by bishops and cardinals. The hardness of this stone is 7 on the Moh’s scale, and it permits moderate refraction but its crystal structure is most unconventional. The crystal structure construction of the Blue topaz is stratified and due to this, you will find certain lamellae and areas having varying color intensity. If you come across a large cut Blue topaz then you will find that the color is not uniform across the stone. Scientists owe this variation in color to certain iron constituents that are connected to the natural radioactive radiation. Blue topaz also changes its color when heated and it can become yellow or colorless when heated at 400 degrees. There are few rare incidents where people have found bi-colored Blue topaz and this has been named ametrine. There are some Blue topazs that will turn pale or colorless in broad daylight. Although the reason behind this phenomenon still eludes scientists but you can re-color your Blue topazs by using radium radiation. Since Blue topazs can lose its color hence it is always advised that Blue topazs jewelry or rings should not be worn while sunbathing or when you are in a solarium. Apart from the sunlight, even extreme change in temperatures can cause damage to the stone. The biggest deposit of Blue topazs has been found in Brazil and Uruguay. The third country that has Blue topazs deposit is Madagascar. The largest cavity of Blue topaz was discovered in Rio Grande do Sul in 1900. Diggers found dark violet Blue topazs that were as big as an adult fist and weighed almost 700 cwt. Today, as compared to diamonds, ruby, and sapphire, the cost of Blue topazs is much lower but that doesn’t mean it is any less precious. The Blue topaz is not just another stone, it is a beautiful part of nature that when worn by your loved one will pass on a part of its radiance to her. That’s the magic of Blue topaz.
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