Blue topaz jewels for November babies

Whether you prefer the deep hue of London Blue or the paler Swiss variety, topaz is the perfect centrepiece for November birthstone jewellery.

  • These Galaxy Ara earrings (£2,160) by Arya Esha are a lesson in colour coordination. Two Swiss Blue topazes – 24.25 carats in total – are surrounded by swooping arcs of green peridot, inset with star-shaped explosions of pink tourmalines. 
  • The Olive Leaf collection was inspired by the olive groves surrounding Paloma's home in Morocco and you can tell by her choice of gems in this ring (£900): leaf-green tsavorites, olive-coloured peridots and a Swiss Blue topaz the colour of a summer sky.
  • Bold colour combinations are a signature of Marco Bicego’s Murano collection. This Murano cocktail ring (£2,980) has been designed around three very special stones whose warm hues belong together – a London Blue topaz, yellow citrine and purple amethyst.
  • Bejewelled footwear is back in fashion, so while these Josefinas Blue Persian Salt ballet pumps (€3,369) are not strictly a jewel, they had to be in our top 5. Made by hand in the Portuguese town of Sao João da Madeira, these velvet flats are embellished with two oval-cut blue topazes.
  • This bangle (£18,000) is a reworking of a design from the 1970s for Georg Jensen by Vivianna Torun Bülow-Hübe. The glossy mirrored finish of the gold contrasts with cabochons of London Blue topaz. 
  • Bentley & Skinner bee brooch
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