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Most Ethiopian opals tend to readily absorb any liquids with which they come into contact. Should your opal accidentally be immersed in water for an extended period of time, remove it and place it in a safe and dry location. Like most gems, opal should be handled and cleaned with care. Never use a steamer or ultrasonic, keep away from harsh cleaning agents, avoid high temperatures or sudden temperature changes. Only wiping with a clean and dry soft cloth is recommended.
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Hydrophane Opal that forms in nodules within volcanic ash in seams between rhyolite layers. It occurs in a variety of colors and patterns and usually displays brilliant flashes of color. The new Opals from the Welo district of Ethiopia discovered in 2008 have proven to be extremely stable despite their porosity, able to absorb water and change transparency or opacity, then revert back to their original state with no adverse reaction or cracking. These stones are marvelous for utilizing Water energy, the energy of stillness, quiet strength, and purification. Metaphysical healers may be more familiar with the original red or brown-based Ethiopian Flash Opal discovered in 1994 at Yita Ridge, the high-vibration Fire energy stones of ancient wisdom that burn off karma from the past and open the way to rebirth. These stones carry a soul holograph and lend access to the past, present and future, stimulating all of one’s metaphysical gifts. Activating the Base and Sacral Chakras, these are joy-filled gems, uniting all the subtle bodies into equilibrium so the whole body functions harmoniously. Ethiopian Opals carry positive dragon energy, for both personal and planetary use.
Weight:1.54 CT Color:White Selling Unit of Measure:ct Gemstone Quality:Standard Gemstone Quality Description:Natural, from Ethiopia, yellow to white body color, translucent to semi translucent, bright play of color in range of patterns and hues.
Month for Birthstone:October Stone Hardness:5-6.5 Gem Species:Opal Stone RI:1.45 Stone Specific Gravity:2.15 Stone Optic Character:SR, ADR (common) Stone Phenomena:Play of color Stone Ultrasonic Reaction:Never use Steamer Reaction:Never use Heat Reaction:Very Poor-may cause cracking, change in color, or change in phenomena Chemical Reaction:Hydrofluoric acid caustic alkalies
mm Size:10 x 8

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