Cavities in granites and rhyolites. Deposited by fluorine-rich vapours in rocks of rhyolite composition.
Historically these rare Topazes were mined for the royal Romanov family. In later years, term "imperial topaz" was mainly used for pink-reddish variety from Ouro Preto, Brazil. This is a remarkable feature ring and likely to be a'Cocktail' type: The ring band and frame have been made to set the huge Imperial Topaz gem in the bast possible way to. The light capture and subsequent internal refraction.
The band of the ring is of sterling silver quality and has an outer organic'bark-form' cast decoration: at the high-shoulder location two Russian forest-green emeralds are set within the band held secure with a single claw clasp. The Imperial Topaz in set within a silver basket gem frame and held secure with four claw clasps. The ring and jewels are in a very to extremely fine condition the band and settings are robust and show very little signs of wear given the age of the piece: The Topaz shows age associated feather line wear to the surfaces under magnification: There is one micro chip seen to the stone however, it is only viable under loupe magnification: The emeralds are perfect and the band is marked 925 for sterling silver quality. Known as a'stone of true love and success in all.
, it can promote individuality and creativity, while providing confidence in trusting ones decisions. It acts to replace negativity with love and joyfulness.
The energy of Topaz acts through the laws of attraction and manifestation. The gentle shades of Topaz serve as a catalytic Trigger for the manifestation activities, while the vibratory resonance acts with an ethereal magnetic effect.
This mineral is the'crystal of potency', quite instrumental in visualization for healing and/or attracting, in meditation, and in projection. It helps one to absorb that which is needed from the universe, prompting receptivity and willingness to act. Enhances awareness and induces the states of expansiveness and manifestation. THE BOOK OF STONES: Revised and Expanded Edition: Simmons: R. With contributions from by Hazel Raven: North Atlantic Books 1951 and 1968.
GUIDE TO GEMS: Oldershaw: C. Artefacts will be referenced individually, where parallels may be drawn.
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