But only one shade of this precious stone shimmers with an arresting and striking deep blue tone–– London Blue. Blue gemstones with good hardness and brilliance tend to be rare and fairly expensive.
This is especially true of the darker blue gems, such as sapphire, tanzanite and spinel. So, it is not surprising then that blue topaz has become one of the top selling gems in the jewelry business. And, as in the case of other blue gems, the more saturated blues tend to have a higher value. So in topaz, it is the London Blue that is usually regarded as the most valuable.
In fact, this majestic and luxurious shade of blue is often mistaken for sapphire and even rare blue diamonds. It’s simply that beautiful. We’re happy to share this decadent blue sensation with you. The necklace features a generous 13.40 carat London Blue topaz stone as an elegant cushion cut and set it in gleaming 18K white gold bejeweled with white diamonds. The Art Deco style setting is timeless and the 18″ white gold chain positions this beautiful gem perfectly.