The value of the stone depends on the cut, color, and sharpness of the stone
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.