Thursday, 23 of October of 2014

Topaz Rough


IMPERIAL TOPAZ RARE RHOMBOIDAL SHAPE GLASSY 1830ct ROUGH
IMPERIAL TOPAZ RARE RHOMBOIDAL SHAPE GLASSY 1830ct ROUGH $18.00
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Ana Silver Co Rough Larimar Slab Genuine Blue Topaz 925 Sterling Pendant 2
Ana Silver Co Rough Larimar Slab Genuine Blue Topaz 925 Sterling Pendant 2 $14.99 (1 Bid)
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1060ct White Colorless TOPAZ Facet Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated
1060ct White Colorless TOPAZ Facet Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated $40.00
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1430ct White Colorless TOPAZ Facet Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated
1430ct White Colorless TOPAZ Facet Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated $40.00
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1660ct White Colorless TOPAZ Facet Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated
1660ct White Colorless TOPAZ Facet Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated $40.00
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1730ct White Colorless TOPAZ Facet Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated
1730ct White Colorless TOPAZ Facet Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated $50.00
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1860ct White Colorless TOPAZ Facet Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated
1860ct White Colorless TOPAZ Facet Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated $40.00
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1990ct Natural White Colorless TOPAZ Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated
1990ct Natural White Colorless TOPAZ Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated $50.00
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2610ct Natural White Colorless TOPAZ Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated
2610ct Natural White Colorless TOPAZ Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated $40.00
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2800ct White Colorless TOPAZ Facet Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated
2800ct White Colorless TOPAZ Facet Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated $50.00
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3400ct White Colorless TOPAZ Facet Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated
3400ct White Colorless TOPAZ Facet Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated $50.00
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4570ct Natural White TOPAZ Crystal Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated
4570ct Natural White TOPAZ Crystal Rough Specimen Brazil Unheated Untreated $70.00
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1250 ct 100 Natural Topaz Rough Crystal Lot From Skardu
1250 ct 100 Natural Topaz Rough Crystal Lot From Skardu $9.99
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1631 CT 100 Natural Light Blue Topaz Specimen Facet Rough YTP1539
1631 CT 100 Natural Light Blue Topaz Specimen Facet Rough YTP1539 $9.50
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Aquamarine, Tourmaline, Kunzite, Topaz, Schorl, Rough Gemstones

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The birthstone for March, aquamarine most often occurs in a range of light blue colors. It is in the same family of gems as emeralds. Its name is taken from the Latin words for seawater. Not only its name, but many myths about the stone have to do with the sea. The ancient Greeks and Romans believed that sailors that wore the stone would be guaranteed a safe voyage over rough seas. Others considered it a preventive against sea sickness. It was thought to be the treasure of mermaids. In the Middle Ages it was thought to reduce the effect of poisoning. Aquamarine was also thought to have a soothing effect on new marriages, and helped the couple adjust to their lives together. The water in which an aquamarine soaked in was thought to heal eye disorders and cure hiccups.

Most highly valued aquamarines come from Brazil. It is also mined in many areas of Africa, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Russia. The largest stone was found in Brazil in the early 20th century, and weighed 243 pounds. In The United States the gem is found in Colorado, and it is the official gemstone of that state. Some aquamarines are heat treated to enhance the color or clarity of the stone. The stone is relatively hard, and with reasonable care can be worn often. It has also been advised to keep it out of continuing direct sunlight, as the color may grow pale

The ease of cutting the rough stone makes it highly desirable for jewelry designers. The gem responds very well to their imaginations and has resulted in some very unique shapes and cuts not found on other kinds of gemstones. But it is also still used for more traditional cuts and shapes. It is used alone, or combined with other gems to good effect. It is used with all the precious metals to make jewelry. But many prefer the 'white' metals white gold, platinum and sterling silver as being more complimentary with the stone's color.

Aquamarine can be worn formally or informally, and is available in a wide price range of jewelry. A nice stone in a sterling silver setting can be very affordable. This beautiful blue stone that reminded the ancients of the color of seawater can be enjoyed by all.

Alan is a free lance writer. For further examples of his writings, visit his political and current events blog Random Thoughts at http://www.winkle52.blogspot.com

1993 Topaz/Tempo? Help?

Okay. So yesterday, my friend got a new car. It's a 1993 Topaz with 133,000 and a four cyl. Apparently it was sitting for about 6 months, and they suggested that we put in some HEET for the gas, after we filled it. We did.

We were driving around in it all day yesterday, from town to town, etc..

When we got home that night, we parked it, and then about 5 minutes later, it would not start. Then, it would start, but it was rough and coughing, and nothing happened when the gas was pushed. Also, when shifted into gear, it would just die.

So, what could be the problem? I was thinking maybe junck from the gas tank is in the filter?

Idk. HELP?

new filter or you have to remove fuel tank and dump out water in tank ...