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Opal stone is one of the most exquisite gemstone that exists on earth at present times. The physical and metaphysical properties of opal stone help this stone to shine among the plethora of gemstones. Apart from being mesmerized and benevolent for a human being, you would also astonish to know about the 10 interesting facts about opal gemstone.

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Opal stone is termed being the birthstone of the month October. Thus, all those individuals whose birthday fall in the month of October should wear this stone.


It is one of its kind of gemstone which is found from more than one planet. It is said that opal stone is found on mars apart from earth. Therefore, it is also termed as ” Martian stone”.


The opal gemstone is conferred as queen of gemstones due to its fantastic color combinations which comprises of color of different precious stones


The best quality and majority of opal stone comes from Australia. Almost 95% of opal is produced in this area which is further exported to different parts of the world.


Opals are considered as one of the luckiest gemstone found on the earth. Opal is also considered as talisman in some parts of the world and a status symbol to own in others.


Do you know how opal is formed according to some people this stone has formed with rain drops. The varieties of color which this stone displays are affiliated with the rainbow.


Queen Victoria’s favorite gemstone was Opal! She had Sapphires, Rubies and Diamonds from all over the British empire, but fell in love with the intoxicating colors of Opals.






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