Imperial Topaz Rings

Imperial Topaz is the most expensive topaz as it is rare to find, and high-quality imperial topaz is mined only in Brazil. The rings that have an imperial topaz are costly, and good quality natural gemstone rings are hard to find. 

Though there are minimal options available for these rings, we have listed the three best rings after measuring these on our scale of perfection. If you can’t read the whole article, just spare us a few minutes and see the table below.

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Title Ouro Preto Imperial Topaz Ring Raw Topaz crystal Ring Ouro Preto Topaz Ring
Gem weight 1.76 Carats - 1.80 Carats
Price $364.99 $439.00 $369.99
Metal Sterling silver Sterling silver Sterling silver
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1) Ouro Preto Imperial Topaz Ring


Price:

$364.99

Rating:

This gorgeous ring is available in a four-prong setting with an oval-shaped gemstone with a sterling silver band. The band-width is thin, making the stone the center of attraction. The luster and refraction of this ring are worth a compliment. The ring size is 6.75, which can easily be resized.

Pros

  • The perfect cut makes this an excellent wear.
  • The simple design makes it light daily wear and a long-lasting jewel.

Cons

  • The prongs might get off, resulting in the stone to fall.

2) Raw Topaz crystal Ring


Price:

$439.00

Rating:

This ring has a raw uncut imperial stone that is preferred by those wanting to wear a jewel in its Natural form without any enhancement or heat treatment. These treatments might make the ring pretty but snatches the rawness. The uncut gem is placed nicely and has a faceted crystal point. The crystal emits some light and has a gorgeous golden and pink color.

Pros

  • The rawness makes it unique and safe from any harmful effects of heating treatment or irradiation.
  • It is robust enough to tolerate rough usage.

Cons

  • The uncut and unpolished stone might not attract everyone.
  • It is quite expensive.

3) Ouro Preto Topaz Ring


Price:

$369.99

Rating:

This is the best ring and my personal favorite due to the pear cut of the gemstone that is placed in the center of the band. It has a transparent yellow hue and is based on a four-prong setting. It comes in 7.25 ring size and is resizable to adjust according to your needs.

Pros

  • The silver band complements the stone perfectly.
  • This is a durable ring.

Cons

  • It is a little expensive.

Conclusion

Due to the rarity, these rings are designed with all the care, and the stonecutters pay extra attention to make it the best jewels. Now don’t waste your time waiting. Grab one for your loved one now.

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