View of blue topaz in celandite

View of blue topaz in celandite

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Credit: E.R.DEGGINGER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Topaz. View of a blue topaz in celandite. Topaz is a silicate mineral made of aluminium silicate. Topaz is a very hard stone, often transparent or translucent with a vitreous lustre. It is often colourless, but can be coloured, yellow, blue (as here), pink, green, violet or reddish-yellow. Clear or finely coloured varieties have always been used as gemstones. This specimen was found in the Ural Mountains, Russia.

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Keywords: aluminium silicate, blue topaz, celandite, in celandite, mineral, topaz, uncut, uncut topaz

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