At Diamond Treats:
- All our Topaz stones are natural gemstones.
- We maintain excellent clarity and a lovely bright blue colour in all Topaz.
- Our Blue Topaz are cut with high precision for extra sparkle and shine.
- Topaz size and specifications are stated on the product pages of our website.
- We provide certification with all our Blue Topaz jewellery.
- Sturdy and Resilient, ranks 8 out of 10 on Mohs hardness scale.
- Variety of Colours due to Inclusions or Treatment.
- Topaz is a silicate mineral of aluminium and fluorine.
- Topaz can be found near cassiterite and fluorite deposits or alluvial placer deposits.
- Most common locations include North and South America.
- November’s birthstone is topaz. Ideal Birthday gift for anyone born that month.
- It is also an ideal 4th year wedding anniversary gift.
- Perfect for relationship Anniversaries and romantic gifts.
- Make for thoughtful graduation gifts and mother’s day gifts!
The Energy and Symbology:
Wearing blue topaz Jewellery is said to provide the wearer with:
- Wider attention span
Blue topaz is a stone that promotes joy, creativity and mindfulness. It is said to promote emotional stability, abundance and has also some physical healing abilities. It is believed that it is a stone that keeps your health stable and even heals you get well sooner if you are troubled by ailments.
The Myth and the Meaning:
- The Greeks believed that topaz gave them divine strength
- It was believed that wearing a topaz pendant necklace enhances confidence and also restores lost energy.
- If worn above the heart it was said to assures long life, beauty and intelligence.
- Topaz is a very beautiful stone. It is so beautiful that people use Synthetic Topaz to create sculptures and luxurious home decor!
- Among many other celebrities Lisa Rinna wife of US actor Harry Hamlyn was spotted wearing Topaz at the Daytime Emmy Awards, in August 2014
- Blue Topaz is used by numerous high fashion and high jewellery brands as a go-to option for bold centre gemstone pieces.
- Topaz was used in jewellery in antiquity a lot. With Ancient Greeks using it foremost, together with Amethyst.
- Topaz was worn by the Ancient Egyptians as a talisman to prevent injuries
- The word topaz is thought to have derived from the Greek word "Τοpáziοs" which literally translates to "the one that comes from the Island of Topazos”.