October, a turning point of seasons, marks the arrival of two stunning birthstones— opal and tourmaline. Both unique gems offer an incredible array of color and diversity. Today we are focusing on the amazing opal, a gemstone with limitless fire and color play, accentuating the beautiful colors of fall and adding a glow and beauty unlike any other.

All About October's Opal Birthstone

Opal is known as the Queen of Gems because of it has every other gem color hidden in its depths. Like your fingerprint, no two opals are the same. Each one has designs differing in colors, shape, and pattern. there is an opal for every person. Ranging from bright reds and yellows to soft greens and blues or even having the rainbow in one gem, opal is easily the most diverse gem.

When placed in rings, an opal's true potential can be unlocked on the finger. You can turn and move the opal to get a wide variety of colors and visual effects. Coveted by many, the opal is a must for your autumn and winter apparel. By far the most individual gem, be sure to choose an opal that accentuates and works with you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Visit Gold and Diamond Source at our Clearwater showroom to view complete selection of opal jewelry, or shop a selection online HERE.

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