Eithopean Brown Opal Pendant
Opal encourages both freedom and independence, enhances cosmic consciousness and induces psychic and mystical visions. It stimulates originality and creativity. Helps to release anger and claim self-worth, aiding in accessing and expressing one’s true self.
Ethiopian Opals are “hydrophane”, which makes them thirsty for water. If the opals come in contact with water, they will absorb it like a sponge.
If the opals are left in water and allowed to soak it up, they may lose their fire temporarily and turn yellow or brown. But don’t worry, the fire and color will come back once the opals have fully dried, which can take a few minutes to weeks, depending on how much water they managed to absorb.
Opals are sometimes referred to as living gems due to their ability to soak up liquids. Ethiopian opals handle gradual temperature changes well. SO when drying an opal that has managed to soak up water and lose its fire, let it dry naturally. Do not try to speed up the process by placing the opals under a hot light or hairdryer.
Because of the opal’s thirstiness liquids like perfumes. soaps and cleaning products can stain your opals and change their color. If that happens, try washing them with warm water and wiping with a soft cloth before allowing them to dry on their own.
This cat shape natural opal pendant (without chain) is specifically made for animal lovers. The white zirconia enhances its uniqueness.
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