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In this collection of semi-precious stone bracelets, we offer blue topaz bracelet sterling silver 925. This gem will seduce you with its fresh and light colour, a light blue that will bring softness to your style.
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    • Blue Topaz is said to soothe, heal, re-motivate, and bring the wearer strength, loyalty, beauty, protection, healing, weight loss, joy, generosity, abundance, wisdom, enlightenment, knowledge, good health, virtues of leadership, and love. Topaz is known as the “lover of gold,” as it is used to bring wealth and money. Topaz is a crystal of Truth and forgiving. It is a…
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    • The oval shape topaz bracelet is a delightful designed framed with delicate zirconia and sterling silver 925. This is purely handcrafted by Aileen’s experienced and skilled staff. It’s made in extra-large size of 18 cm which can be customized on demand by connecting with Aileen’s customer support. This oval shaped topaz blue bracelet is rhodium gold plated which gives the…
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BLUE TOPAZ BRACELETS

Semi-precious or precious stones are regularly mounted on rings and earrings. But they can also punctuate other jewellery, such as necklaces and bracelets. These will allow you to illuminate your wrists with colourful and sparkling gems, always with originality and femininity. In this collection of semi-precious stone bracelets, we offer jewellery encrusted with blue topazes. This gem will seduce you with its fresh and light colour, a light blue that will bring softness to your style.

PHYSICAL AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF BLUE TOPAZ

Topaz is a mineral from the silicate family. Its chemical formula is: Al2 SiO4 (F, OH) 2. With its beautiful glassy sheen, it is transparent to translucent and comes in all colors from colorless to green and brown, including yellow, gold, pink… and blue. Some blue topazes used in jewelry are colorless gems irradiated to obtain an intense blue tint. The hardness of topaz is high (8 on the Mohs scale), its density varies from 3.49 to 3.57. Its crystal system is orthorhombic, its fracture conchoidal, and it is found in crystals, grainy aggregates, impregnations and pebbles. Topaz sometimes has a golden yellow, cream or green luminescence.

BLUE TOPAZ COLOR

Naturally blue topazes are generally a pale, soft blue, while treated stones can show very intense blues. Some shades have names, the “Sky blue” have a soft hue close to that of Aquamarine, the “Swiss Blue” are the bright blue of a summer sky; the “London blue” are blue-gray.

 

 MAIN DEPOSITS OF BLUE TOPAZ

Blue topaz crystals grew in pegmatites, and in quartz veins formed at high temperatures.

In Colorado, pale blue topaz is harvested, notably at Pikes Peak and El Paso. They are associated with amazonites and phenacites. On the Jos Plateau in Nigeria, beautiful blue topazes are mined along with others that are colorless. Beautiful pale blue gems come from Zimbabwe, in Somabule. In Western Australia, near Coolgardie, there are blue crystals of nearly a kilo. Superb 5 cm long blue topazes are quarried near Drammen in Norway. In the Baikal region, in Siberia, there are also topazes of a very beautiful bluish hue, very transparent.

 

OUR GEMOLOGIST’S ADVICE: HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT BLUE TOPAZ?

Blue topaz is a very pretty stone that may be reminiscent of aquamarine, but blue topaz jewelry is much more affordable. The most vivid colors are the result of irradiation of colorless topazes by gamma rays, or by accelerated electrons, then by heating. Studies, particularly in 2007, have rigorously verified the safety of these treatments for men, so as not to leave any fear in the minds of consumers.

Blue topaz, like other topaz, has very good hardness and its shine can be enhanced by a large number of cuts: for example, step, scissor, pear, princess, round, heart, in oval and many others.

METALS ASSOCIATED WITH BLUE TOPAZ IN JEWELRY

The blue topazes with the brightest shades have enough character to go well with all metals: white, yellow, pink or black gold, silver, platinum… The natural varieties, often paler, will be enhanced by silver metals.

STORIES AND LEGENDS AROUND BLUE TOPAZ

The name of the topaz undoubtedly comes from that of the Island of Topazos, located on the Red Sea and today called Zabargad. The name “Topazos” may have come from “Topos Azos”, a desert place in Greek. Another version proposes for the origin of the word topaz the Sanskrit “tapas” or “tupas”, which means fire.

The Egyptians attributed powers to topazes and used them as amulets, as did the Romans and Greeks: the latter thought that they gave them strength and could even make them invisible … While in the Middle Ages, it was thought that ‘they improved eyesight! However, these legends and beliefs were not specifically related to blue topaz.

Here are some records for blue topaz …

In London, at the British Museum, one can admire very beautiful topazes originating in Brazil, including a blue of 614 carats (122.8 grams), and another from Marambaya, in Minas Gerais, which weighs nearly 3.6 kg and has a beautiful light blue tint.

The Natural History Museum in Chicago exhibits a 5,890-carat (1,178kg) Brazilian blue topaz. But even stronger: the Fersman Museum in Moscow has a blue-green topaz weighing 32 kilos!

 

VIRTUES AND BENEFITS OF BLUE TOPAZ

Blue topaz would be particularly beneficial to people exercising an intellectual or artistic activity. It would bring inspiration, clarity of mind and avoid rigidity and preconceived ideas. It would push its wearer to be faithful and honest, to be good and honest with others.

If one has to speak in public, blue topaz would protect against voice and throat problems in general. It is also associated with the throat chakra, and this is where the stone should be placed for 20 minutes before giving a speech or singing.

Blue topaz is also given beneficial properties to fight against depression, anxiety and stress. The migraines related to these problems would be relieved. It would reduce the phases of bad mood and strengthen confidence.

Finally, its action on the circulatory system would improve in the event of varicose veins and thromboses.

 

ASTROLOGICAL CORRESPONDENCES OF BLUE TOPAZ

Blue topaz is associated with the signs of Gemini and Sagittarius. In Chinese astrology, it is the stone of the Horse: it helps him to be persuasive, gives him strength and productivity in his work, consolidates his honesty and frankness. Regulating his mood and his anger, it makes him more attentive to others. Topaz nuptials correspond to the 44th wedding anniversary. Topaz is the birthstone of November children.