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Monday, June 3, 2013

Opal jewelry

About 100 BC, native of previous Hungarian (now Czechoslovakia) within the southern Carpathian mountains, yield very little new gems began circulating in the European continent. Greek for this new thing has created a new synthetic word: opallios, meaning visible (color) conversion. At that time the Byzantine traders to hide the source of origin, it is said to be deliberately world treasures from the Orient, and renamed "opalus". This fake name become today English "opal" origin of the word, by the Greeks loved this new gem is opal.

You can hardly see only one color opal, Roman scholar Pliny described the Opal as "the fire of ruby, bright purple of amethyst, and the sea green of emeralds,all colors combined with incredible shine". Romantic Romans also called Opal as Cupid's son, and respect it as a symbol of hope and purity.

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