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7.48 ct. Satyamani Certified Natural Opal Gemstone

SKU: SMAS6112N.01

Color: White

Dimesnsion: 13.45mm*18.22mm*04.59 mm.

Used by: Unisex

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Size : 18.22 mm



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HSN Code: 71162000

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Satyamani Certified Natural Opal Gemstone
Satyamani Opal is typically untreated, but it may be impregnated with oil, wax, or plastic to enhance color and stability. It may also be layered (as in doublets or triplets) for durability.

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Satyamani Certified Natural Opal Gemstone
Satyamani Opal is typically untreated, but it may be impregnated with oil, wax, or plastic to enhance color and stability. It may also be layered (as in doublets or triplets) for durability. 'Smoking' treatments are now more common than before. 'Smoking' of opal is done to darken body color which enhances play of color, most often seen with Ethiopian opal. There are forms of synthesized opal available. Technically they are 'imitation opal' as they often include substances like plastic, which are not found in natural opal. (Rest details and usage method will be sent along with the product).

No claims are made on metaphysical properties of this stone. These literature is collected from writings, books, folklore and various sources. The actual product may slightly vary from picture as these are natural stone and no two stones can same in pattern.

Chemical Formula

SiO2 · nH2O

Composition

Hydrous silicon dioxide. The water can range from 3% to 21% of the total weight, but is usually between 6% to 10%.

Color

Colorless, white, yellow, orange, red, purple, blue, green, gray, brown, and black. These are some of the base colors of Opal. Certain opals display different colors when viewed from different directions, or when the stone is turned, or when the light source is moved. This phenomenon, called play of color, gives a stone color flashes, or schillers of different colors which vary from stone to stone. Opal also occurs multicolored and banded.

Streak

White

Hardness

4.5 - 6.5

Crystal System

Amorphous

Crystal Forms 
and Aggregates

Opal is amorphous and does not occur in any crystals, except when it forms as a pseudomorph after another mineral. Opal habits include massive, botryoidal, reniform, stalactitic, earthy, nodular, as veins, in crusts, and in accumulating mounds. It often pseudomorphs after organic matter such as wood, shell, and bone.

Transparency

Transparent to opaque

Specific Gravity

1.98 - 2.25

Luster

Usually vitreous, but may also be pearly, waxy, or resinous.

Cleavage

None

Fracture

Conchoidal

Tenacity

Brittle

Other ID Marks

1) Rich play of color in some specimens.
2) Often fluoresces, usually bright green; but also light green, light blue, purple, and white.

In Group

Silicates; Tectosilicates; Silica Group

Striking Features

Form, hardness, and opalescence

Environment

Forms in all mineral environments, especially igneous environments.

Rock Type

Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic

Popularity (1-4)

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Prevalence (1-3)

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Demand (1-3)

1

 

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