Topaz Natural Blue - Round Cut - 10x6...
Topaz Natural Blue - Round Cut - 10x6 mm - 5,6-Carat
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Gem: Topaz Natural Swiss Blue
The Egyptians said that topaz was colored by the golden rays of the mighty sun god Ra. This made topaz a very powerful amulet that protected the faithful from the danger.
The Romans associated topaz with Jupiter, who was also the god of the sun. The Topaz sometimes has the gold amber of cognac pure, or the complexion of a peach and all of the wonderful warmth that exists between the brown and the orange . Topazes are rare and exceptional, ranging from a pale pink to cherry red.
Wear topaz only if you wish to be clearly noticed: the legend says that it dissolves all the spell and also helps to improve the view!
The ancient greeks believed that it had the power to increase strength and make it invisible in case of emergency the wearer. It is also said that topaz would change color in the presence of drinks or food poisoned.
Its mystical healing powers that grew or decreased with the phases of the moon: it is said to cure insomnia, asthma and hemorrhages. Perhaps the most famous topaz is perhaps a giant set in the Portuguese Crown, the Braganza, which was initially thought to be a diamond. There is also a beautiful topaz set in the Fly Green in Dresden, one of the most important collections of gems in the world. Topaz brown, yellow, orange, cherry, red and pink, are found in Brazil and Sri Lanka.
Topaz rose are found in Pakistan and Russia. Today we also have blue topazes, which have a color from pale blue to medium blue created by irradiation. The topaz pale that is enhanced to become blue is found in Brazil, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, and China. At the beginning of 1998, made its appearance a new type of topaz enriched, the topaz, the surface is enriched with colors ranging from blue to blue green to emerald green.
The topaz is a gem really hard, but you can chip in a breath, a trait it shares with diamond.
From this follows that it should be protected from strong shock. The topaz is the birthstone for November.