Geological Information

Topaz crystals are commonly found in igneous rocks such as granite and rhyolite, as well as in some metamorphic rocks.

The crystals are typically colourless or pale blue, but can also range from yellow to pink and even red.

Topaz crystals have a hardness of 8 on the Mohs scale, making them one of the hardest minerals.

They are also pleochroic, meaning they can display different colours when viewed from different angles.

Historical Information

In ancient Egypt, the gem was used to represent the Sun God, Ra.

The ancient Greeks believed that topaz had the power to increase strength and make the wearer invisible in times of danger.

Metaphysical Information

In crystal healing, topaz is believed to promote relaxation, calmness, and emotional balance.

It is also said to stimulate creativity, increase self-confidence, and enhance communication skills.

Some practitioners use topaz to aid in spiritual development and connect with higher realms of consciousness.

Topaz is also associated with the solar plexus and throat chakras, making it a popular choice for those seeking to improve their self-expression and personal power.