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Blue Topaz Tumbles

Blue Topaz Tumbles

Blue Topaz tumbles in at La Luna.


Reach for this crystal to help keep your mind and communication clear and concise, especially if feeling a little lost with which steps or direction to take next in life. Try meditating whilst wearing this choker and see what comes up...


Key words: Communication, focus, knowledge, peace, meditation, reflection

Chakras: Throat, brow

Element: Air

Zodiac Signs: Sagittarius


Blue Topaz Crystal Healing Properties:

A peaceful, calming crystal that helps us to reflect the energy of the mind and knowledge, especially thorugh meditation practices. Believed to help boost our communication and self confidence, enabling us to focus and work through complex concepts and ideas.

It inspires creativity, increasing our attention span, whilst guiding us into achieving perfection in various projects and aspirations.

A brilliant communication tool too - when placed on the Throat or Third-Eye Chakras, Blue Topaz helps us to consciously and clearly articulate the thoughts and feelings needed to communicate, and to make clear distinctions about what we do and don’t want in our lives.

a natural magnifier of psychic abilities, assisting those who wish to attune to inner guidance, as well as those who serve others through readings or spiritual healing.


Topaz History and Uses:

The name Topaz may derive from Topazos, a word meaning 'to seek', the other possible derivation of the name is the Sanskrit word tapaz, which means 'fire'. In current metaphysical thought, Topaz is viewed as emanating a variety of beneficial energies, varying according to the type and colour. Believed to be first discovered in Germany, 1737 and then again in Brazil in the 1740s.

Topaz was renowned as a crystal with healing properties long before Europe’s appreciation of the gemstone as an allegory of status and wealth. For centuries the gemstone was shrouded in various myths held by different kingdoms, some of them were popular like the Ancient Egyptians believed that the sun god Ra had created the beautiful yellow hues resulting in the stone’s power to protect the wearer.

The Ancient Romans on the other hand did not share these beliefs, but they did believe that the crystal could protect the owner from poison.

Topaz also held great importance in nineteenth century Russia as at that time the Ural Mountains were the gemstone’s leading source and the pink topaz mined there was named to honour the Russian czar. The ownership of the gem was highly restricted to the use of the royal family only.


Topaz Geological Description:

Topaz is an aluminium silicate fluoride hydroxide mineral that belongs to the silicate class of minerals. Its crystal structure is orthorhombic, and it frequently forms prismatic crystals, often eight sided with striations along the length. The crystals are transparent to translucent with a adamantine to vitreous lustre.

The colours of topaz are created through the deposit in the growing process of other trace minerals. Yellow and Pink topaz are coloured with chromium, Blue topaz is coloured with iron, Brown topaz is coloured with manganese and the Orange and Red topaz are coloured with phosphorus.

Topaz is found in Brazil, Pakistan, USA, Russia and Mexico.


    Being a natural product each Blue Topaz crystal will vary slightly in colour, size and shape, making each piece uniquely beautiful.


    Approx 1-2cm in size.

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