As early as the 18th century, many royals took pride in inlaying topaz. Its unique color, clarity, and hardness are sought after by the royal family and nobles. Topaz, known as the “palette of gems,” is rich in color, while blue topaz has high clarity and uniformly bright hues. These characteristics make it well suited to various cuts.
The natural topaz is primarily light blue, almost transparent, not very popular with people. Then people will treat colorless or light blue topaz to darken their color. Nowadays, many of the beautiful blue topaz has under the treatment of irradiation and heat. This kind of topaz processed by the technology of different countries is still different. Therefore, it is divided into sky blue, Swiss blue, and London blue by different colors and its value also varies with the shade of the color. Let’s explore the dreamy blue color of it!
It is the lightest of three shades, as fresh and elegant as the faint blue sky after a rain. This topaz is processed with American technology. It satisfies the individuals who like light hues and breezy spaces.
Its shade is between London blue and sky blue. The name resembles the delightful clear sky of Switzerland, exuding a romantic atmosphere. This topaz looks lively, and it is the brightest and most popular one among the three shades.
A blue with a slight black tone in dark blue. It is full and dark in color, pretty deep and calm. London Blue is the deepest among the three shades. This topaz is treated by the technology provided by the United Kingdom, hence the name London Blue.
Apart from its dreamy blue, blue topaz is suitable for everyday wear. With eight on the Mohs scale, it is pretty resilient to damage. Blue topaz looks fancy and it is an affordable alternative to sapphire, which increases its popularity. So come to SHE·SAID·YES, pick such dreamy blue jewelry!