Fire Opal is a translucent Opal with a warm body of colours. Known and named for its vivid fiery yellow, red, and orange flecked colouring. They showcase beautiful flecks of light with an interesting kaleidoscope of colour play. Opal is a hydrated amorphous type of silica it is known as a mineraloid because of its amorphous nature. There are two types of Opal pieces that can differ based on the conditions in which they are made. They can literally take the form of almost any colour on the visual spectrum. Mexico has been the primary fire opal source in the world, it can be found in Queretaro, Hidalgo, Guerrero, Michoacan, Chihuahua, San Luis Potosi. Smaller quantities of the Opal are produced in Australia, Brazil, Honduras, Guatemala, Nevada, Oregon. The Harlequin pattern in the rarest and most loved paatern in opals.
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