There are a few different types of topaz found in the world. These different types of topaz cost different amounts of money per karat.
Definitely topaz, onyx is much more abundant and is usually dyed (which is an accepted practice), if the topaz is natural, its worth much more. There are different types of topaz and colors as well. Some topaz can be very cheap like mystic or blue topaz which are both heavily treated and mass produced. But blue topaz can be natural too, in that case it would have some worth. The most valued topaz is natural imperial topaz. Sorry it may seem confusing why some topaz have more value and others do not; it all depends on whether it is natural or man-made/heavily treated--with the natural topaz having the most value and the man-made/heavily treated topaz very cheap. A lot of times you can tell the value of a gem by how well it is cut (but that's a whole other topic).
Highly variable, according to size, clarity, color. Faceted colorless topaz is quite cheap, but a flawless deeply colored untreated Imperial Topaz over 10 carats would be very, very valuable.
In my opinion I think it is worth about $690,0000
Topaz grossed $6,000,000 worldwide.
It would depend on how big the stones are and how many diamond it has on it...
Topaz grossed $6,000,000 in the domestic market.
Topaz has a density of 3.4-3.6 which is much more than water has (1.0) , so topaz sinks in water.
Cut or uncut? In reality it doesn't much matter... Bout 10 bucks retail.
There are white topaz,anastasia topaz,automn topaz,golden topaz,rainbow topaz,peacock topaz,green topaz,london blue topaz,blush\pink topaz,garnet.
Thar marbella stone I think it was called, which is the biggest blue topaz.
Caribbean Topaz is a name for Titanium Treated Topaz commonly known as, Mystic Topaz.Caribbean Topaz is a name for Titanium Treated Topaz commonly known as, Mystic Topaz.
1994 mercury topaz 4cyl
Luster of Topaz is Vitreous
Topaz Mountain is located in Utah (state gem is topaz) and it does have topaz in this mountain
Topaz occurs naturally in many colors, but rarely as pink and purple. Almost all pink and purple Topaz are yellow to brown stones that were heat-treated. Topaz from certain localities may turn colorless upon heating. Much of the deep blue Topaz on the market is heat-treated from colorless or white stones.The color of some Topaz specimens, namely those from Siberia, fade upon prolonged exposure to light. Such specimens should be stored in dark areas, and one should make sure not to buy a Topaz gem unless convinced that it won't fade. varieties of Topaz are:Imperial Topaz (is a lustrous orange-yellow to orange-brown variety of Topaz and is its most valuable gem form.)Pink TopazBlue TopazSilver Topaz (colorless)Brown TopazGreen Topaz
The Topaz Hotel is located in Washington DC. The cost of a one night stay at the Topaz Hotel can be anywhere from $135 to $460. Reservations can be made right on their website.
Mystic topaz is a relatively common stone. It, amongst the entire topaz family, has been found for many years and dates back to Egyptian myths. The price varies based on size and cut.
Like diamonds, the cost of topaz depends on the colour of the topaz and the clarity. I am not a jeweler, but was just reading that the pink ones are the most valuable followed by the more vibrant blues. The whitish blue ones aren't as valuable in comparison. Again, like diamonds, they can have inclusions (cracks or specks inside the stone) that make the stone less vibrant. This impacts the price as well as how well the stone is cut. The website I was reading says that topaz can range from $20 to $1000.
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