14x10mm Fire Opal from Oregon - Oval


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These cabochons are so amazing in a really delicious way, their caramel colour and translucency give them the appearence of caramelized sugar.
These crystals once worked into jewelry makes for really unique pieces♥
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Oregon Fire Opal is a type of opal found in the United States, specifically in Oregon.
It is a semi-precious gemstone with a fiery, bright red, orange or even yellow coloration.
Oregon Opal forms inside of thunder eggs.
These thunder eggs occur in 'nests' or groupings, which are imbedded in Perlite.
Oregon Fire Opals are made up of silicon dioxide, just like all other types of opals.
The difference is in their unique red coloration, which is due to iron oxide in the stone. Oregon Fire Opals typically have a lower water content than other types of opals, making them less susceptible to cracking.
However, they can still be fragile and should be handled with care.

Size: 14x10mm
*Note - height of cabochons varry between 4 and 5mm
Type: Silicon Dioxide
Colour : translucent caramel orange
Hardness: 5.5-6 on the Mohs Scale

Metaphysical properties of Oregon Fire Opal.