Sterling Opal- Healing Properties, Color, Power & Facts
Known for rejuvenating and nurturing your mind, body and soul, the alluring opals are worn for many more other healing purposes too. Nevertheless, it is quintessential to know that opals are found in nature as well as created in labs too. The opals that are created in labs are called Synthetic Opals. While few opals like Bello Opal, Galaxy Opal, and a few more have been created already, the one synthetic opal that looks completely like a natural opal is the Sterling Opal. The best part about the Sterling Opal is that it contains no dyes, like other lab-created opals, and is mainly made by using nano-silica in the specific molds. Reflecting beautiful random veins, potch lines, and natural patterns similar to snake-skin or honey-comb, the Sterling Opal looks very tempting and work as a fine jewelry making product. They are set in various rings, pendants, necklaces and other jewelry forms to create a nice and stunning range of Sterling Opal jewelry. It is also important to notice that the Sterling Opal is made by Jim Zachary – the same person who came up with the concept and development of Zachary's process for the Turquoise gemstone.