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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.