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What About Topaz?

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Oh my, there's blue, yellow, and pink in there somewhere, what the heck? A variety of topaz colors are available, making it one of the many gemstones that can be found. What is your favorite shade of blue? Blue topaz, especially London blue topaz, is one of my favorite gemstones.

Color

The most sought-after hues are blue, yellow, or pink, but the stone can appear in a variety of hues.

Topaz is most commonly found in South America, but it can also be found in Sri Lanka, Africa, and China, usually in very light shades.

An uncolored and transparent gem known as topaz is found in nature; commercially available topaz, on the other hand, is usually tinted with impurities and can appear a variety of colors. If desired, it can be tinted any color from white to reddish-yellow and everything in between.

In addition to being the traditional November birthstone and state gemstone of Utah, orange topaz is also known as precious topaz.

Colors of imperial topazis can range from yellow to pink to pink-orange. Imperial Topaz from Brazil can range from bright yellow to deep golden brown and even violet in color. Topazes that are naturally brown or pale are often dyed a vibrant shade of yellow, gold, pink, or violet. It is possible for some Imperial topaz stones to fade from prolonged exposure to sunlight.

The State Gem Of Texas Is Blue Topaz:

Blue topaz in its natural state is extremely rare. To achieve a deeper shade of blue, material that is colorless, gray, or pale yellow and blue is heated and irradiated.

It is a colorless topaz that has been coated artificially in order to achieve the desired rainbow effect.

The use of heat or low-grade irradiation to enhance the stone's color is a common permanent treatment.

History

The Russians were the first to popularize this gemstone as jewelry in the 18th and 19th centuries.

In folklore, topaz is revered for its ability to enhance vision and dispel magic spells and enchantments.

It was a belief held by the ancient Greeks that if a person wore it, he or she would become more powerful.

In Egypt, people believed that the sun god sent it as a gift because of its warm, illuminating hue.

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