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Diversify Your Look With an Opal Necklace

Slip on an opal necklace and celebrate one of the world's most beautiful and precious gemstones. Known for being the birthstone of October and the national stone of Australia, the term opal comes from the Latin word "opalus," meaning precious stone. It also comes from the word "opallios" in Greek, meaning to see a change in color. Looking at our collection of opals, these two meanings couldn't be truer.

The large majority of opals are mined in Australia, and are basically composed of silica dioxide and water formed under pressure. Opals form in the spaces between rocks when water drips down through silica. Pretty cool, right?

You'll see that these stones are classified into three main categories: precious, fire and common. Precious opal is known for its ability to diffract light, which results in rainbow-like colors that change when the stone moves. Fire opal can sometimes exhibit this color changing characteristic, but it is better known for its vibrant body color. Common opal is usually opaque - rarely translucent - and doesn't have the previously mentioned color play.

So now that you know a little more about opals, don't you think it's time to pick out a necklace? Gems en Vogue offers a pretty selection to decorate your neckline with. And while you're browsing, you might want to check out some opal rings and bracelets to go along with that soon-to-be new necklace of yours!