Mystic Topaz is an enhanced gemstone that does not form naturally. It is treated to give the normal gemstone which is usually Topaz extra ordinary characteristics. The majority of Mystic Topaz that is sold today uses clear Topaz gemstones as their preferred stone for this commercial product.
Mystic Topaz is usually made with colorless Topaz and thinly lined with titanium or other type of metal. The result is wonderful rainbow colors with rich blues, greens, yellows and reds.
Topaz is made from aluminum, fluoride and silicon. It is an aluminum fluorosilicate. While Topaz mostly comes colorless, it can be found as a pale blue, light yellow and even brown. There is even Imperial Topaz, which is much rarer and comes in orange, pink, violet or red. Topaz colors mainly come from their color centers which include certain chemicals or elements. The colors change due to a variety of factors.
Topaz normally is thought to have formed by fluoride type gasses cooling off and solidifying. Topaz is usually associated with lots of other similar materials including quartz, microline, beryl and tourmaline.
Natural Topaz used to create Mystic Topaz is located in many regions all over the world. It is usually mined however in Africa, Brazil, Japan, Russia, Mexico, China and even in several states in the USA. It should be noted that one of the states, Utah has made Topaz the official gemstone of the state.
Mystic Topaz has only been available for a few years, but has seen lots of interest; you can find Mystic Topaz at most large jewelry stores. However, smaller stores may not carry this beautiful enhanced stone.