White Topaz

While there are many different varieties of topaz, white topaz is the most popular gemstone today. It's also the most affordable type of topaz available. Let's take a look at what makes this stone so special, and how you can find the perfect one to add to your collection!

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What is White Topaz?

White topaz is colourless topaz. If a gemstone isn’t completely clear, it can be sold as white topaz or as colourless topaz. White is one of three pure colours recognized by gemologists (the other two are red and blue). All things that aren’t purely one of these three are considered to be coloured gems.

The Fascinating History of the Stone

The oldest known specimen of White Topaz dates back more than 2.5 billion years, making it a rare gem indeed! Legend has it that topaz was a favourite gem of Cleopatra, and some even say that she bathed in topaz water to enhance her beauty. Native Americans associated topaz with healing powers as well, believing that rubbing pieces of white topaz on wounds could help speed up recovery time. The stone's name comes from an Arabic word meaning fire and another language means excellent. As such, topaz is believed to provide strength, stamina and self-confidence. During medieval times, people used to wear rings made from amulets containing a piece of white topaz because they thought it protected them against poison.

How to Care for Your White Topaz Jewelry

White topaz is fragile and will lose some of its lustrs if it is in a place that's humid or hot for long periods of time. It’s best to avoid showering, swimming, and heavy exercise while wearing white topaz jewellery. You should also avoid exposing your white topaz to household cleaners, which can dull its shine. To clean your white topaz jewellery, you can use warm water and mild soap to clean off any dirt or grime that might have accumulated on it over time. If you do expose your white topaz to hard chemicals (such as bleach), it’s recommended that you thoroughly rinse and wipe down your jewellery afterwards with water. This helps remove traces of soap or harsh chemicals from its surface.

The Best Way to Clean White Topaz Stones

Treat your white topaz with care and it will give you years of enjoyment. The best way to clean white topaz is to avoid doing anything at all, as it’s a durable gem that resists damage and decay. For everyday cleaning, just wipe it with a damp cloth or let it air dry before storing. If dirt gets on your gem, use a mild detergent or soap and water to remove it. When cleaning jewellery pieces made of white topaz that include gems other than pearls, avoid using ultrasonic cleaners because they could cause staining. Instead, wash them by hand using warm soapy water; rinse thoroughly and dry completely before storing them again.

Buying Tips for Best Selection and Value

White topaz is available in a variety of cuts, shapes and sizes. The most popular white topaz gemstones are round brilliant cuts and emerald cuts. Prices vary depending on size, cut and clarity grade. High-quality white topaz ranges from $50 to $200 per carat. And those prices are just for common gems—gem-quality stones can cost much more, depending on size and quality. When shopping for a high-quality stone at an affordable price, look for GIA or AGS lab reports with GemSelect or GemCheck certification seals of approval.

Types, Colors & Prices - Everything You Need To Know

When it comes to buying a precious stone, you'll want to make sure you know what you're getting. The fact is, if you're going to drop hundreds or thousands of dollars on a ring, bracelet or necklace containing one of these pricey gems, it better be exactly what you want. We've outlined everything there is to know about white topaz and all its various attributes below. Remember, they say knowledge is power -- so read up!

How To Buy Loose White Topaz And Avoid Getting Burned!

Some gems are trickier to buy loose than others, and topaz is definitely one of them. Most topaz sold today is heat-treated to deepen its colour and enhance its clarity. Unfortunately, it's usually impossible to tell if a topaz has been treated unless you're buying directly from a reputable jeweller or dealer; most online sellers do not disclose whether their gemstones have been treated or not. If you're thinking about purchasing an unheated topaz.

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  • White Topaz

    Rs.1,700.00
    8.50 cts. / 9.34 Ratti
    White Topaz(Africa)
    GTW1033
  • White Topaz

    Rs.1,280.00
    6.40 cts. / 7.03 Ratti
    White Topaz(Africa)
    GTW1032
  • White Topaz

    Rs.1,682.00
    8.41 cts. / 9.24 Ratti
    White Topaz(Africa)
    GTW1031
  • White Topaz

    Rs.1,300.00
    6.50 cts. / 7.14 Ratti
    White Topaz(Africa)
    GTW1030
  • White Topaz

    Rs.1,536.00
    7.51 cts. / 8.44 Ratti
    White Topaz(Africa)
    GTW1029
  • White Topaz

    Rs.1,280.00
    6.40 cts. / 7.03 Ratti
    White Topaz(Africa)
    GTW1028
  • White Topaz

    Rs.1,596.00
    8.00 cts. / 8.51 Ratti
    White Topaz(Africa)
    GTW1027
  • White Topaz

    Rs.1,230.00
    6.15 cts. / 6.55 Ratti
    White Topaz(Africa)
    GTW1025
  • White Topaz

    Rs.1,520.00
    7.51 cts. / 8.36 Ratti
    White Topaz(Africa)
    GTW1024
  • White Topaz

    Rs.1,120.00
    5.51 cts. / 6.15 Ratti
    White Topaz(Africa)
    GTW1023
  • White Topaz

    Rs.1,516.00
    7.58 cts. / 8.33 Ratti
    White Topaz(Africa)
    GTW1022
  • White Topaz

    Rs.1,644.00
    8.22 cts. / 9.03 Ratti
    White Topaz(Africa)
    GTW1021

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