ONE OF A KIND
Springtide Fossilized Opal Cameo Necklace
Lush, verdant hues feature flashes of oceanic beauty in this handmade, one-of-a-kind fossilized, wood opal necklace. An elegant Lady appears to float upon this springtide pendant in rich, 18k gold while a delicate, bright silver chain highlights the necklace's verdant hues.
Fossilized wood opal Cameo necklace. Available in bright silver with 18k gold. Approximately 8x23mm. 18in chain with lobster clasp.
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Opals are a pseudomorph: they are able to fill in and substitute for another material and form as fossils. In the right conditions, a raw opal specimen is formed in a cavity left by a piece of wood buried in sand or clay. The opal forms a fossil replica of the original object that was buried.
MOHs Hardness: 5.5-6.5
Origins: Lightning Ridge, NSW Australia
Care: All opals are fragile like glass: be extra careful to avoid abrasive surfaces, and avoid knocking your opal against hard surfaces. Extreme temperature shifts can cause cracks. To keep your opal clean, use warm water with mild soap and a soft toothbrush or cloth. Do not use a steam cleaner or ultrasonic cleaner.
Healing Properties: Precious opals that contain play-of-color are known to stimulate the emotional body and are considered an amplifier stone