0.8 ct Marquise Imperial Topaz
Clear as crystal. This stone is simply clean as a whistle! It has that beautiful, sweet red-orange coloring of imperial topaz, and is cut in an elegant marquise that would be equally suited to a ring or a pendant.
If you or your loved one is a November baby, I am jealous. This is your birthstone - one of the rarest gems there is! Forget emeralds, sapphires, rubies (let's not even talk about diamonds, since they aren't even rare at ALL, just well marketed!). Even Tanzanite is more common than imperial topaz.
Imperial and golden topaz (collectively called precious topaz) are so rare that they had to go and add citrine as an alternate November birthstone! Isn't that the craziest thing? Citrine is pretty, but it's got nothing on real imperial topaz.
Dimensions: 10.0 x 4.0 mm
Color: Orange w/ Red
Carat Weight: 0.8
Clarity: Eye Clean
All of our topaz comes from one small, sustainable and ethical independent mine. The story of your gem, from the earth to your jewelry box, is always available to any customer.
This topaz is the real deal. Natural. Untreated. Color that will not fade. If you want something that is truly rare, that will still be fiery, brilliant and valuable when your great-grandchildren inherit it, then you are in the right place.
Your happiness is the only thing we care about. If you don't LOVE this stone, send it back for a full refund, no questions asked.
Any stone not yet certified comes with our guarantee that it will be identified as natural topaz by GIA, NAGL or any gemological laboratory of your choice. If it's not what we say, we'll give you the damn stone.
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