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Jewelry is made from recycled silver and stones, such as moody opals, sapphires, white topaz and labradorite.
Another hummingbird highlight was a dawn display by three Fiery topaz birds perched on a bare branch above a stream outside of Mitu, where the males performed dazzling courtship dances for unseen females.
Olajuwon's 34 likely will be done with ruby, while Ryan's likely will be made with garnet and Campbell's could be done with topaz.
There's Halo, a holographic, multi-dimensional shimmer; Celestial, a glimmering pearl shimmer; Amethyst, an iridescent lavender shimmer; Moonstone, a shimmering topaz; Magic, a shimmering blush champagne; and Soleil, a shimmering peachy pink.
Princess Kate paired the tea-length, high-collared dress with stunning blue topaz and diamond drop earrings from her one of her go-to jewelry designers, Kiki McDonough.
Brianna gives Claire a topaz pendant to wear through the stones because the stones require a gem sacrifice to let people through, apparently.
Ginn’s hands rank just below topaz on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, but the dude can flat-out fly.
He was particularly noted for his imaginative and unusual color combinations — amethyst and coral, amber and turquoise, sapphire and topaz.
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Origin and Etymology of topaz
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of topaz for English Language Learners
: a clear yellow to brownish-yellow stone that is used as a jewel
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