Topaz, the gemstone of many colors. The name "topaz" is derived from the olindian word "tapas" which means "fire or glow".
Over time, the focus has been on topazes in golden colors such as orange, yellow, blue, brown and green. It was also topazes in these colors that the Egyptians loved. They believed that the gemstone had encapsulated the warm, golden glow of the sun god Ra. The Greeks wore the topaz in the belief that it could make the wearer stronger and even make him invisible. Later, the Romans believed that the topaz had a special connection to the god Jupiter.
It is said that topaz gives the wearer balance, protection, success and removes stress.