SHADES OF TOPAZ YOU NEED TO KNOW | Solitaire Magazine

SHADES OF TOPAZ YOU NEED TO KNOW

Bringing joy, generosity and good health — topaz may not be the rarest of gems but is certainly one to covet. A hard and durable gemstone, topaz is also dubbed as the stone of love as it known to help stabilise emotions and allows an openness to intense feelings.This traditional November birthstone too, comes in various colours. Sometimes almost mistaken for their popular gemstone cousins, they are usually cut to replicate stones such as the brilliant-cut diamonds.  Thus, making topaz increasingly popular in the jewellery pieces we wear for its versatility in colour and shape. Here, we take a look at some mesmerising shades of topaz that could be your next prized possession.

 

Imperial Topaz: Golden orange-yellow/orange-brown/orange-pink

Ring with white diamond, orange-topaz and freshwater pearl on 18k yellow gold from Magic Puppy collection, DELFINA DELETTREZ
Ring with white diamond, orange-topaz and freshwater pearl on 18k yellow gold from Magic Puppy collection, DELFINA DELETTREZ

 

White Topaz: Colourless

 

Earrings with diamond-cut topazes on 14k yellow gold, LOREN STEWART
Earrings with diamond-cut topazes on 14k yellow gold, LOREN STEWART

 

 

Swiss Blue Topaz: Sky-blue

 

Mismatched earrings featuring oval-cut blue topaz inserts paired with diamonds and blue-enamel coating, ALISON LOU
Mismatched earrings featuring oval-cut blue topaz inserts paired with diamonds and blue-enamel coating, ALISON LOU

 

Ring with ruby, violet sapphire and Swiss blue-topaz on 14k yellow gold, LOREN STEWART
Ring with ruby, violet sapphire and Swiss blue-topaz on 14k yellow gold, LOREN STEWART

 

All images courtesy of matchesfashion.com