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November birthstone: 5 ways to wear topaz this month

Calling all November babies: it’s officially topaz season.

November calls for an early festive celebration, and there’s nothing more perfect than celebrating the season by wearing your birthstone in style. For those born in November, you’ve got two stunning birthstones to choose from: topaz and citrine. By no means, the soothing and calming nature of topaz and it’s rich history makes it an excellent choice for November babies. 

According to the American Gem Society, the name topaz derives from ‘Topazios’ from the ancient Greek name for St.John’s Island in the Red Sea. It is associated with preventing magic spells and dispelling anger. Whilst topaz is always thought to be yellow given its history, it comes with many more desirable colourful tones you can imagine. This fiery and brilliant gemstone is available in hues from brownish orange to an exclusive yellow, with blue being the most abundant one in the market. Some even feature a vibrant orange hue with a light pink undertone. This is known as ‘Imperial Topaz.’ 

The gemstone is found in Brazil, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, Germany, and many more places. From the classic sophisticated pieces to the quirky ones, here is a list of ways you could style this elegant beauty this November. 

[Hero & Feature Image credit: Pomellato/Facebook]

As we’re splurging into the festive season, we might as well go all out with some vibrant colours. These gorgeous Hexagon Drop earrings from Tiffany & Co.’s Paloma Studio collection are a celebration in themselves. The striking custom-cut coloured gemstones and bold design make it a unique pair for the wearer to flaunt. Featuring blue topaz in a total weight of 9.20, citrines with 4.9cts, rubellites with 4.16 cts, and green tourmalines with 4.16cts, this beauty will be a stunning addition to match with your cocktail dresses.

Price: Approx. THB 560,300

[Image credit: Tiffany & Co.]

Isn’t this so dreamy? This stunning ring is a reflection of Annoushka’s love of intense colour and her vast travels by sea. Boasting a glamorous 10.5 carat London Blue Topaz as the centrepiece, framed by 1.6 carats of blue diamonds, and dipped in 18ct rose gold, this cocktail ring is alone a diva that demands all the attention in the room. Best part? You can engrave your bae’s initials on it too, for a romantic gesture.

Price: THB 124,174

[Image Credit: Annoushka]

As elegant as it looks, Pomellato’s new Nudo bracelet ensures that it shines in complete chic style. If you want to flaunt your birthstone in a more subtle way, opt for this bracelet that is simple yet striking. Dipped in 18K rose and white gold, it features a London Blue Topaz at 15ct.

Price upon request

[Image credit: Pomellato]

 

Love vintage jewellery? Given that Fred Leighton’s ‘collection’ pieces are designed to be passed down generations, these drops of beauty give us a timeless look. Boasting 18-karat gold with 11.76 carats of pear-cut topaz mounted, we love that it feels like a real heirloom piece. It could beautifully be paired with any style, whether you’re off to work or at a party.

Price: Approx. THB 80,127

[Image credit: Fred Leighton via Net-a-porter]

Looking for a gift for your loved ones? This adorable 18-karat white gold topaz bracelet could be the perfect gift for those who are born in November, or simply those who love the charm of Topaz. Gucci’s bracelet features the signature ‘GG’ charm along with vibrant pink topaz that gives us a sweet, adorable look, especially for those dainty personalities.

Price: Approx. THB64,939

[Image credit: Gucci via Net-a-porter]

November birthstone: 5 ways to wear topaz this month

Alisha Pawa

Writer

Alisha is a passionate dancer and is always creating her own choreographies. She is a fan of rom-com novels, a coffee-drinker who loves tea, and is always on-the-go for her midnight chocolate cravings. She hopes to tick-off her never-ending bucket list one day by hosting her own travel show.

   

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