Opalite is one of the most efficient stones in terms of pricing and availability. The stone is often referred to as a piece of glass. It is artificial, meaning it is human-made – this is the main reason behind its wide availability. At the same time, since the manufacturing process is not so comprehensive, the price makes it easily accessible as well.
Boulder opal is a rock that contains a disk of opal attached to the normal host rock. Cutting of the rock gets planned whenever a boulder opal is discovered. It gets cut into a certain orientation that the thin disk of opal comes off of the rock. Opal is a hydrated form of silica and has a water content of up to 21%. It is not in a crystalline form, but it is mineralized.
Colors of the boulder opal can be many such as black, green, blue, white, pink, yellow, purple, brown and red, etc. it is also called the “Opal with mother rock.” Most opal stones fracture their host rock by forming themselves into the voids of the host rock. The contrast of color opal stone and the host stone is striking.
The pink opal is a stone without equal. It is known as the “stone of spiritual awakening” and its varieties of colors range from pale pink to lavender, through cream tones with lots of white veins. It owes its coloration to the presence of manganese in its composition and does not present iridescence particles on … Read more
The white opal is a stone of magic and light. Its angelic glow and curious iridescence make it a precious stone for collectors, crystal lovers, and expert jewelers. It is a stone of calm, serenity and balance that is worth acquiring.
Also known as “porcelain opal” and “white milk opal”, this stone has been valued since ancient times. Although they are more common than their black or gray varieties, they are not less appreciated in energy work. As a stone of calm and serenity, it favors positive emotions and good relationships with others.
The blue opal is a delicate gem of great beauty and ornamental value. Its mystical brightness gives it an air of elegance that is hypnotizing for those who approach this stone. The blue opal is a mineral with a composition similar to that of quartz, but with water molecules inside. The Greeks believed that it came from the tears of Zeus’ luck after his victory against the Titans.
Despite being recognized as a mineral, Green Opal is not such in the strict sense of the word, since it is composed of amorphous silica. Classified within the oxides with formula SiO2nH2O. The composition is the same as quartz with the difference that the opal is hydrated, that is, it has water molecules in its composition.