|Blue topaz, the cheap gem that owes its color to irradiation, took the jewelry world by storm in the 1980s. |
|Pink topaz is often cut to maximize rough yield, making calibrated gems suitable for jewelry exceedingly rare.|
Pink topaz looks good in low-light conditions due to its transparency and high refraction. With a Mohs’ hardness of 8, pink topaz is a good choice for everyday jewelry.