Blue Topaz Necklace(256 items)
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Featured Reviews on Blue Topaz Necklace
A Special Piece
I transferred this special pendant to a chain length I prefer. The pendant is very delicate and a nice 1.5 inch size. Very pretty work! The topaz and amethyst and zirconia are very delicately incorporated into the pendant. Not gaudy. Beautiful.
This is a beautiful pendant necklace.. The lapis is beautiful and it matches a pair of earrings i have perfectly. I wanted a lapis pendant which was not heavy and this one is perfect. Crafted delicately it really is a pleasure to wear.
Alok Jain Sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"My journey into handicrafts has been great, yet the highlight came in 1995, when the Sultan of Brunei placed an order for my designs!"
Popular Blue Topaz Necklace
Handmade Multigem Cross Sterling Silver Religious Choker, "Kolkata Cross"$79.95
Garnet, citrine, iolite, peridot, and amethyst surround a central blue topaz in this sterling silver pendant. The gems are hand-cut in Jaipur and hand-set in Kolkata. Inspired by the works of recently canonized missionary Mother Teresa, who spent much of her life ministering in Kolkata.
Gold Plated Gemstone Necklace with Prasiolite and Amethyst, "Golden Age"
The golden age of Indian jewelry arrived with the Mughal emperors in the 16th century. From turban to toe, rulers and their courtiers wore countless gemstones. So-called "sumptuary laws" even prevented anyone who wasn't a member of the royal family from wearing jewels. This necklace captures a small facet of that splendor with a collection of dazzling gems encircled in 14k gold plated sterling silver. Blue topaz, amethyst, prasiolite and smoky quartz are joined in an intriguing and subtle color combination.
Kanji Sterling Silver Birthstone Necklace, "Kanji"
are characters used in Chinese writing. As early as the sixth century A.D., many of these characters began to be simplified and adopted into Japanese writing, where they're known as , a term that is more widely used in the West. Artisans in Yiwu, China, create these pendants by using sterling silver and the lost-wax casting method. Each character emulates the sweeping brushstrokes of traditional calligraphy. Choose based on birth month, favorite color, or simply the symbol that resonates with you most.
January: Garnet/Beauty, February: Amethyst/Generosity, March: Blue Topaz/Affection, April: White Quartz/Love, May: Green Quartz/Sweetness, June: White Pearl/Longevity, July: Carnelian/Perfection, August: Peridot/Purity, September: Iolite/Protection, October: Pink Tourmaline/Happiness, November: Citrine/Artistry, December: Turquoise/Imagination.
Floral Blue Topaz Pendant Necklace from Bali, "Tari Lotus"
Designed by Balinese artisan Ni Wayan Astiti, this pendant necklace is crafted of sterling silver to feature the image of a lotus flower among lovely openwork. A two-carat pear of blue topaz completes the pendant. The necklace is named which means "dance" in Indonesian.
The Blue Topaz Necklace
Growing up in a family of silversmiths and designers, Matta specializes in necklaces and cufflinks. Her designs are artistically modern and masculine, which makes them ideal gifts for men.
Nalinee is a designer from India who began to create jewelry based on a whim, and her lifelong fascination with historic jewellery. Her blue topaz necklaces include a vibrant assortment of gems in styles that are inspired in sacred jewelry as well as those worn by the royal families of Rajasthan.
Nyoman Suarjana in Indonesia creates designs that celebrate Bali's floral exuberance and elegant artistry. He designs attractive blue topaz silver pendants to center men's necklaces.