Marquise-cut blue topaz, 27.21 carats, origin Brazil
Blue lagoon topaz encrusted in its center with a superbly crystallized rubellite tourmaline.
The name “Topaz” probably comes from the old name “Topazos” of the island “Zabargad”, also called “Saint John Island” off the coast of Egypt
in the Red Sea, where there are peridots, called topazes until the Middle Ages.
Blue topaz is the best known and most common of all varieties of topaz.
This composite set is becoming trendy and tends to develop internationally thanks to a new generation of lapidary creators.
Blue topaz accompanied by a rubellite tourmaline, creative and original composition, to be set in a superb pendant jewel.
Weight: 27.21 carats
Dimensions: 32.50 x 15.35 x 8.05mm
Hardness: 8 on Mohs scale
Laboratory certificate: No
Certificate of origin: Yes
Careful packaging and shipping with internet tracking.
Delivery by professional carrier with insurance and certificates of sale and origin.