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November born ladies are spoiled to have not one, but two Birthstones. Dreamy Topaz being one of them is known for its mesmerizing beauty and ability to bring good fortune. With the given name that originated from a small island in the Red Sea called Topazios, Topaz charm has been famed as heavenly. Nevertheless, this gemstone has been favourited by royalty for decades. Let’s explore why Topaz was adorned by both women and men for centuries, and what is so special about this gemstone.

 

Widely known as a blue gem, Topaz has an exceptionally wide range of colours and the ability to display a few of those colours at the same time. The abundance of blues, greens, yellows, oranges, reds and pinks, and their presence in the gemstone, was one of the reasons that made Topaz a very special gemstone to have. Few of the most striking colour combinations heightened people’s imagination to even earn their own special names. The Imperial Topaz name originated from the nineteenth-century Russia. It was to mark a Topaz that displayed a unique medium reddish orange to orange-red colour. This colour is known to be one of the gem’s most expensive colours, and its ownership back in the day was restricted to the use of Russian czar and its royal family. The name Imperial was displaying distinguished rarity and quality of the gem, which was accessible to the wealthiest and most powerful only. Another significant colour was Sherry Topaz. It’s a yellow to orange or yellowish-brown colour, and gained its name after a Sherry wine.

 

Exceptional colour combinations were adorned by the jewellery designers and royal families, but the beauty of Topaz colour wasn’t the only factor for its popularity. Since the ancient times, the ownership of Topaz jewellery was surrounded by legends and myths. The ancient Greeks believed that Topaz could provide strength to the owner. Renaissance Europe used Topaz as a protector from anger and to break magic spells. Whereas people in India saw it as an assurance to beauty, long life and intelligence. Topaz has been portrayed as a gemstone of peace, joy, generosity and protector from enemies, and it was also worshipped in ancient Egypt and by South American tribes.

Even to this very day, there are a few beliefs that make Topaz a very desirable gemstone to have. Sky-Blue Topaz is believed to increase the ability to communicate better, both in writing and in speaking. Its ability to loosen tension and improve wisdom was favourited amongst public speakers and writers, as it helped them to overcome fears and achieve their full potential. As a stone of love and fortune too, Topaz is said to act as the owner’s protector from evil. Its unusual properties are known to improve the ability to make clearer decisions and bring ultimate success and generosity. No wonder why even kings and queens were so fond of it.

 

The beauty of Topaz is truly mesmerising and if you are celebrating your birthday this month, add Topaz jewellery to your list. A ‘‘Lover of Gold’’ will not only bring you good luck, love and money, but also increase self-trust and confidence.

 

Photographed in a beautiful Lithuania, displaying Topaz jewellery from the CELESTIAL collection.

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