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Opal Bracelets – a Kaleidoscope of Color

Galaxies, fireworks, the Great Barrier Reef, jellyfish, a disco ball. What do all of these things have in common? Nothing at all, really but an opal’s shifting iridescence can combine all of these colors unlike any other gem. You can find opals on all types of jewelry like bracelets, rings, pendants and more. Though more popularly known for its precious multi color beauty (which is called play-of-color), you can also find it in singular colors. This is more common opal and it can be found dyed at times; pink and blue are popular colors. You can check these out in our Gems en Vogue Collection.

The story of how opal was created is really quite neat. It is a product of the seasonal rains that drenched dry ground regions in places like Australia. The showers soaked deep into ancient underground rock and carried dissolved silica down with it. When the dry periods hit, most of the water evaporated. This left solid deposits of silica in the cracks between the layers of underground rock, which formed opal.

Because opal features many colors that other gemstones do, the Romans thought it was most powerful one of them all. It was believed that opal contained lightning and fell from the sky during storms. Brace yourself for a fantastic looking gemstone. Opalfully, you like it!