Royal Golden Yellow Topaz of 3.78 carats for Jupiter Vedic Energies
The Royal Golden Yellow Topaz is a class apart in itself, despite the fact that it is considered to be a substitute gem. A picture speaks a thousand words and the talisman featured today speaks for itself.
Take a look at this loupe-clean octagonal imperial golden yellow topaz from Brazil set in a Sterling Silver Men’s ring. This 3.78 carats gem has a great lustre and superb clarity. It is a complete natural, treatment free, radiation free – and this is what precisely makes a jyotish gem a very potent agency for bringing tangible changes in life.
Brilliant like the golden mellow yellow rays of the early morning sun, the imperial golden yellow topaz is used as a substitute gem for yellow sapphire. The benevolent energies of Jupiter , symbolizing eternal wisdom and intelligence can be harnessed through this endearing gem that has many benefits.
Breastplate of the High Priest (Book of Exodus)
Topaz is the second gem at first row is one of the twelve breastplate stones of the High Priest referred to in the Book of Exodus. The priestly breastplate was a sacred breastplate worn by the High Priest for the Israelites, according to the Book of Exodus.
In the mineral world, Topaz is well liked especially for its ability to grow huge gem grade crystals, unlike other gemstones making the size a prime factor in determining price.
Imperial topaz crystal and a faceted gem at the Smithsonian institute
The Imperial Topaz is usually an intense golden to reddish-orange color and is found primarily in Brazil. The imperial topaz crystal and the faceted gem that are on display at the Smithsonian Institute and presented for you here are of 875.4 and 93.6 carats respectively.
Take a look at high quality natural untreated Yellow Topaz a superior alternate gem to Yellow Sapphire. Gemstone Universe