Opal with a variety of colours

Beautiful pieces of white opal with a wide variety of colors, a stone that has been loved since ancient times.

Opal gemstone

The word "Opal" comes from the ancient Indian word "Upala," meaning precious stone. In Sanskrit, Opal means "precious stone." Initially, Opal was used in ancient times to make primitive tools, and later decorative objects were made from it. Opal was used by the Assyrians, Babylonians, and Romans.

Versatility of Opal

Opal can take on many different colors, from clear white milk opal to red fire opal. What is special about this mineral is that it can be iridescent, meaning that different colors of the rainbow can appear together. Inclusions such as those found in Dendritic Opal are also possible.

Green opal

Just as opal comes in all colours of the rainbow, green opal also has a range of different shades, from dark green to mint and from kiwi to mustard. Interesting finds of green opal have recently been made in Madagascar. It depends on the find location whether the opals are dark green, matt or brightly coloured.

Dendritic Opal, Merlinite

Dendrites are fern-like inclusions of iron, manganese, or other metal oxides that can create a beautiful pattern and contrast within white opal. Dendritic Opal is also called Merlinite, not to be confused with Mystic Merlinite, which is a type of gabbro.

Opal's properties

Opal is believed to have positive effects on the stomach, digestion, and heart, making it a stone associated with love. It stimulates the creation of loving relationships.

Spiritual meaning of Opal

Spiritually, the stone makes life seem like a wonder. Repressed feelings are released, moods improve, and worries disappear.

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