When you are shopping for blue topaz rings, the most important value factor to consider is the quality of the blue topaz. The color should capture the beautiful sky of a summer's day. The more pure and bright the pastel blue, the better. Cut and clarity also matter, since the light shade makes inclusions more visible.
Blue was once the rarest color of topaz, but today it is the most common, thanks to a stable color enhancement process involving irradiation and heat that was developed in the 1970s. The enhancement of all blue topaz on the market today means this gem is affordable and available even in large sizes.
Generally blue topaz comes in three colors: pale sky blue topaz, vivid super blue topaz, and dark London blue topaz. Gemvara's blue topaz rings are made with super blue topaz. However small sizes never show as saturated a color. Because all Gemvara rings are made to order, we can hand-select fine quality blue topaz to perfectly suit your design.
What is the meaning of blue topaz in the language of gems? Legend says that topaz dispels enchantment. The ancient Greeks believed that topaz has the power to increase strength and make its wearer invisible in times of emergency.
Blue topaz is a December birthstone, the gem for the 4th anniversary, and the state gem of Texas.
With a color that complements every metal, blue topaz rings are crafted in sterling silver, white gold, yellow gold, rose gold, and platinum. Because your blue topaz rings will catch the eye, you will want to closely match the color of blue topaz earrings or a blue topaz necklace.
Blue topaz is a very hard gemstone, but it can be split with a single blow: a trait it shares with diamond. As a result it should be protected from hard knocks. Clean blue topaz rings with mild dish soap: use a soft brush behind the stone where dust can collect.
Gemvara's fine quality blue topaz rings are designed to be passed down for generations to come, crafted by hand in the United States.
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