Where can I get blue Opal?

Where can I get blue Opal?

Blue Opal is a rare variety of the Opal gemstone which is exclusively found in the Andes Mountains near San Patricio in Peru. This soothing light blue colored gemstone is translucent to opaque in appearance.

What is blue Peruvian Opal?

Peruvian Blue Opal is quite a rare stone that can only be found in the Andes Mountains, close to San Patricio, Peru. It’s a translucent stone that resembles the colors of the Caribbean Sea. Depending on how the Peruvian Blue Opal is cut, this stone can be clear, or it can exhibit many degrees of color.

Is blue opal natural?

The blue opal gemstone, like all other types of opal, is not a mineral. Instead, it is an amorphous mineraloid, which means it is a substance that comprises a specific arrangement of smaller microcrystalline silicas, which result in a blue spectrum of light reflection.

Is blue Fire opal real?

On the other hand, a slightly larger-size accumulation of silica substructures results in the red-orange spectrum, which is Fire Opal. Furthermore, both scenarios can exist within the same stone, which is what geologists sometimes refer to as a “Blue-Fire Opal.” Updated May 6, 2021.

Which metal is best for opal?

Opal should be worn in Silver or any white metal alloy like white gold and platinum. Opal should be worn on the index finger on Friday.

What are opal beads made of?

Bead, “opal” (silica and epoxy) (man-made), lavender, 6mm flat round. Sold individually. Bead, blue opal (natural), light, 5x3mm-6x4mm hand-cut faceted rondelle, B grade, Mohs hardness 5 to 6-1/2.

What is a blue opal called?

Peruvian opal
Peruvian opal (also called blue opal) is a semiopaque to opaque blue-green stone found in Peru, which is often cut to include the matrix in the more opaque stones.

Are blue opals natural?

Are blue opals valuable?

The ‘dominant colour’ in an opal can affect its value, with red commanding the highest cost, followed by orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. However, do not forget, a blue-green brilliant stone will be more valuable than a dull red.