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Swiss Blue Topaz In Sterling Silver Setting

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These dainty gemstone rings are a gorgeous blue with crystal accents. Because of the size, these are also nice to give to younger girls too as they look pretty on all size fingers and hands.

Meaning of Blue Topaz

Topaz is a beautiful stone that’s often used for restoration, relaxation, and manifestation, and the stone has many spiritual meanings attached to it, as well.

Properties of Topaz

  • Number: Vibrates to 6
  • Planet: Sun, Jupiter
  • Origin: Australia, Germany, India, Mexico, Myanmar, Pakistan, Russia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, United States
  • Swiss Blue Topaz
    Swiss blue topaz is a bright blue stone with a very strong vibration. It is often used for soul nourishment and connecting more deeply to purpose. The spiritual meaning of blue topaz is clarity.

Meaning and Uses of Topaz

Topaz is a very joyful and rejuvenating gem and it’s helpful in the process of manifestation. It helps promote self-trust, as well as trust in the universe. Topaz invites you to focus more on being and less on doing, and it encourages receptivity. Topaz helps you get clarity on your path and your desires, and it also helps you tap into your inner resources. It’s often used to cleanse the aura and increase relaxation and release tension.

The History of Topaz

Topaz has meant different things to many cultures around the world. Ancient Romans and Egyptians believed the stone had supernatural powers, was blessed by the sun god and would bring strength, protection, and reconciliation in daily life. Throughout time, the topaz was used to break evil spells and to foretell a long life filled with luck and beauty. During the 18th century, topaz jewelry became popular in aristocratic Europe where the stone symbolized wealth and power.

Today, members of the royal family, such as Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, and celebrities alike are often seen wearing topaz pieces. Topaz is found all over the world, from the United States to Brazil and from Sri Lanka to Russia and China.

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