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What is topaz and how is it used and stored?
If you are looking to buy delicate and unique jewelry, you can consider Topaz stone as one of the options. Topaz stone with different colors has excellent light reflection and radiance and is used in many parts. One of the uses of Topaz in the jewelry sector is in the manufacture of various necklaces, bracelets, and earrings but there are cases and questions when buying Topaz jewelry, and certainly when buying jewelry.
What is Topaz?
Topaz is a Sanskrit word meaning fire and is known as a hard and semi-precious stone. Although topaz comes in a variety of colors, it is often found in light milky colors. Gold and yellow topazes are also available. Topaz has long been known as a precious stone. Many ancient civilizations believed that Topaz was touched by the sun and turned yellow. Topaz is also mentioned several times in the description of the Garden of Eden in the Bible. For a long time, people considered topaz as a yellow gemstone, but with the beginning of special studies on topaz, scientists realized that Topaz is available in red, blue, and even a few other colors.
Meaning and Concept of Topaz
Topaz has long been a symbol of love and affection. Many civilizations believe that the orange color of Topaz is a symbol of passion and passion. Many also believe that the use of Topaz ornaments can increase the freshness and sweetness in life. Topaz color change is also considered a symbol of love and passion that lasts forever.
You can use a solution of hot water and soap to clean the Topaz and dry it with a cloth. Due to the hardness of topaz, it is important to keep it in a soft cloth. This will prevent the scaling of other stones that are less hard. Topaz itself is also protected from being scratched by harder stones such as diamonds and sapphires. Another thing to keep in mind is not to expose Topaz to cosmetics, body sweat, chemicals, and foreign liquids that can damage the quality of the stone.
Are Topaz in different colors and has different properties?
One of the things to consider when deciding on a Topaz is its color. The color grading system is GIA. The base color of Topaz is red, orange, yellow, blue, purple, green, and purple. This rating ranges from colorless (0) to black (10). It is from light gray or brown (1) to a light color (6).
Topaz comes in different colors. Some dyes appear naturally in topaz, and some dyes are produced by chemical action. Below is a list of some of the different colors of Topaz that will help you get the right idea of the color that suits you.
White Topaz (no color)
Pure Topaz is always colorless. Some topazes are often clear and free of impurities and are not visible and are almost like diamonds. Of course, finding Topaz without impurities is rare.
This Topaz is the most common color of Topaz and includes yellow and orange colors and is found in abundance and is relatively cheap.
Blue Topaz can often be seen on jewelry so its blue color is not natural. Chemicals are often used to achieve blue topaz, and the main color of blue Topaz is blue-gray.
Pink Topaz is a very rare color. There are many pink topazes on the market today that are made by adding chemicals to yellow topaz. Natural pink Topaz has a soft pink color and has a much higher price compared to chemical pink topaz.
Champagne Topaz has shades of brown and no chemicals are used to obtain it and is known as a natural topaz.
This Topaz has a light peach to dark orange color and is naturally like champagne Topaz and is very expensive.
In this type of topaz, chemicals are used to obtain a rainbow color. It is known as magic Topaz because it often has 3 or more colors on it. This type of Topaz is also very expensive.
What are the best qualities of Topaz and how does it determine?
Topaz Selection of cut and cutoff grade
Topaz slices are generally emerald, pear-shaped, and oval. These slices decompose natural Topaz well and show its natural beauty. A well-cut Topaz is bright, shiny, and reflects light. While emerald, oval, and pear-shaped cuts are common for topaz, finding Topaz in other shapes, such as hearts, tears, and even in raw form with a carved pattern, can be found.
B: Cutoff grade
While buying a 10-carat diamond can bankrupt a bank, Topaz is not as expensive as diamonds, but it is difficult to find large-sized topaz. However, carats do not determine the value of the stone but depend on the cut, color, and sharpness of the stone. Topazes of one or more carats have little value and can be purchased online for a small price.
Uses of Topaz in jewelry are abundant.
Topaz can be found in many styles and shapes, but it is important to find exactly what you want because Topaz is available in different colors and cuts. Some of the most common Topaz ornaments include blue topaz, which is often worn on silver and usually on earrings and rings. If you are more interested in yellow or orange topaz, you can often find it on gold. It is important to choose the right Topaz based on your needs. Due to the nature of topaz, it can be used without fear of damaging other ornaments such as bracelets or rings.
Where are the topaz reserves and mines in the world?
Topaz is formed in mountainous and volcanic areas and is cooled by magma flows. Gemstones such as pegmatite, rhyolite, and granite are formed in crevices and holes. Although Brazil is known as the main source of topaz, it can be found in Sri Lanka, Nicaragua, Texas, and other parts of the world, and has recently been named the state treasure trove of Utah because it is found in the Utah highlands. There are several things to keep in mind when buying topaz. Depending on the color, the cut, the sharpness, and you need to make sure you get the best piece. Here are some tips and tricks for buying topaz.
Its most famous places are in Schenkenstein ( Schenechken Stein)The mountains of Sri Lanka, Burma, Brazil, the Ural Mountains in Russia and Australia, the mountains of Japan, the Republic of Malagasy, Mexico, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Namibia, the United States, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and the United Kingdom. The color of the crystals of this mineral in Ireland is light blue.
A variety of methods for improving and processing topaz color
- Heating: The purpose of this work is to create a pink (in nature rare) color from stones that are yellow, orange, or brown. This color change is durable and does not change color. It is impossible to detect.
- Irradiation: The purpose of this method is to produce dark blue Topaz rocks because in nature this mineral is found in pale blue. This color change is as durable as the above method and its color does not change, it is usually indistinguishable.
- Diffusing color on the surface of the stone (Diffusion): The purpose of this method is to produce different colors such as red, green, and blue. It is not durable because the color can be detected on the surface of the stone.
- Surface coating: The purpose of this method is to produce rainbow colors for fire topaz. This method is not durable and can be detected by scratching the surface of the stone.
Determining the originality of Topaz stone from an artificial one
Original blue topaz
Stones that look like Topaz are artificial sapphire, blue glass, artificial spinel. Sometimes, Topaz is mistaken with stones such as citrine, aquamarine, tourmaline, brown quartz (smoky quartz). It is sometimes observed that citrine is sold as Brazilian topaz!
Note that when quartz stone is heated, it can change color and produce imitation green, yellow and other colors and hear it in the market as the original and natural topaz. Golden Topaz is usually more expensive and it is better to buy natural topaz. So ask the seller for the
identification of this stone!
A famous jewel called Braganza weighing in at 1.640 carats was thought to be a large, unique diamond. But later it turned out to be a colorless topaz!
Natural White Topaz Rough
The colorless Topaz gemstones that are mined to turn blue come mainly from Nigeria and Sri Lanka. More than 99% of today's blue topazes are the result of heating a colorless species. There is no” super” or " Swiss” blue garlic in nature. These gemstones first turn brown by coloring into colorless Topaz and then become a stable blue color by heat.
Swiss Blue Topaz Ring
It is interesting to know that brown Topaz loses a significant amount of its color under sunlight. The color of most pink species is created by heat treatment of” cherry” colored stones and they are called “Pinked or Fired Topaz”. The colorless type can be by method Aqua Aura (Gold vapor deposition to coat the green-blue).