Natural Topaz Crystals
We specialize in unheated and untreated natural topaz specimens, just the way they were found in the earth!
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Be sure to vist our topaz mineral information page that explains the topaz mineral properties.
See also our page with links to all of our polished crystals.
We have been mining for aquamarine, citrine, kunzite, topaz, tourmaline and other gems in Brazil for more than 30 years, and we have a very large inventory of naturally terminated crystals available in many different minerals including fine pegmatite crystal specimens.
See our pages with links to natural mineral specimens & crystals of all mineral varieties!
See the links below for a selection of superior quality natural crystals.
See also our page displaying natural black tourmaline crystals.
We also have pages displaying natural pink sapphire crystals & blue sapphire crystals.
See our page displaying natural pink tourmaline crystals, and our page displaying all of the different natural colors of
We specialize in Natural Color Topaz Crystals:
Topaz commonly occurs in nature as colorless crystals. Very rarely, topaz can occur naturally with light to medium blue color - see our natural color blue topaz mineral specimens for some examples. Under very rare conditions topaz can also occur naturally with yellow/orange/pink/red/violet hues, and these are known as imperial topaz.
Be sure to see our page displaying Imperial Topaz Crystals in a variety of sizes and all natural colors ranging from golden-orange to orange-red.
Topaz is a very durable mineral with a hardness of 8 on Moh's hardness scale. Due to its high hardness, we usually mine topaz in alluvial geologic settings where the more durable minerals have been concentrated by erosion and watershed.
Topaz commonly forms as euhedral prismatic crystals with vitreous luster terminated by dipyramids with first and second order prisms and with basal pinacoids. Topaz crystals frequently show vertical striations on the prismatic faces and they rarely show twinning. Topaz also occurs naturally in crystalline masses.
Topaz crystal terminations sometimes show very unique and interesting naturally etched surfaces.
Topaz is an aluminum fluorosilicate:
Topaz crystals form commonly from fluorine bearing gases given off during the later stages of crystallization in acidic igneous rocks, occuring in cavities and fissures within rhyolites and granites. Topaz also occurs in granitic pegmatites where it is commonly associated with quartz, albite, microcline, clevelandite, and muscovite. Topaz crystals are also found occasionally occuring in pegmatites together with tourmaline, aquamarine, kunzite and apatite.
Topaz also occurs in metamorphic rocks by fluorine metasomatism in greisens and quartzites associated with fluorite, zinnwaldite mica, corundum and rutile. It also occurs (rarely) in schists.
Topaz appears in hypothermal ore deposits associated with cassiterite, hematite, wolframite and gold. In Addition, due to topaz's hardness, topaz crystals are often found in eluvial and alluvial deposits.
Topaz is said to aid in meditation and in the manifestation of the desired outcome.
Topaz crystals are also said to enhance one's spiritual potential, to increase intelligence and creativity, and to impart wisdom (and wealth!). It is said to facilitate working with other minerals, enhancing the results. Topaz is said to be a strong healing and rejuvenating mineral, giving new vitality and good health, and protection against many diseases. In addition to the above metaphysical properties for topaz, Blue topaz is said to enhance one's communicative abilities, helping to more easily and clearly express oneself.
Every one of our topaz crystals is completely natural, and they were all found in Brazil. Some of our topaz crystals have pale blue color; these are rare natural color blue topaz crystals! We do not heat or treat any of our topaz crystals. Here at mineralminers.com, we do not have any heated or treated topaz crystals, each crystal is 100% natural color! We specialize in fine quality natural topaz crystals with gem grade transparency.
We do have more topaz crystals in stock, including some rare size large topaz decorator crystal specimens. We also have small inexpensive topaz specimens available. We are currently offering these
We offer a large variety of superior quality natural color golden topaz jewelry & imperial topaz jewelry designs available in earrings, pendants and necklaces.
See also our page displaying genuine Topaz Gemstones with many different topaz gem shapes & sizes available. We have many beautiful matched pairs of imperial topaz gems that have been set into genuine Topaz Earrings.
We specialize in Collector Quality Topaz!
For more information about natural topaz and its history, physical properties, chemistry, occurance, and metaphysical uses be sure to see our topaz information page.
See also our page displaying Genuine Topaz Gemstones
Our topaz jewelry items are handcrafted in both 925 sterling silver and in 14k gold, with a large selection of topaz earrings in both leverbacks and in stud earrings. We offer a very large variety of different styles and sizes in genuine topaz necklaces.
We have a large selection of different cuts and sizes available in blue topaz gemstones including extra large giant size collector gems!
We do have more inventory of natural imperial topaz crystals and topaz mineral specimens in stock.
Information about genuine topaz and its history, physical properties, chemistry, occurance, and metaphysical uses is displayed on our topaz information page.
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