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  • Ammonite Opalized Iridescent Fossil Size #2 - 1 1/2'' to 2''
  • Ammonite Opalized Iridescent Fossil Size #2 - 1 1/2'' to 2''
  • Ammonite Opalized Iridescent Fossil Size #2 - 1 1/2'' to 2''
  • Ammonite Opalized Iridescent Fossil Size #2 - 1 1/2'' to 2''

Ammonite Opalized Iridescent Fossil Size #2 - 1 1/2'' to 2''

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Product Details

Sold by:
Single piece
Size:
1 1/2'' to 2''
Weight:
20g to 50g
Origin:
Morocco
Chakra:
Crown Chakra
Hardness:
5.5 to 6.5
Stone:
Opal
Sku:
FOAMNO2

Opalized Ammonite Fossil with iridencent finish

 

Information:
Beautiful Moroccon Ammonite fossil polished to show natural opalized and iridencent finish.

         Geological Age: Paleozoic Era, Devonian Period, around 400 to 350 millions years ago.

         Category:  Mineraloid

         Chemical Formula: SiO2-nH2O (Hydrated silica)

         Colour: Colorless, white, yellow, red, orange, green, brown, black, blue

         Group: Amorphous

         Formations: massive, botryoidal, reniform, stalactitic, nodular, as veins, in crusts, pseudomorphs after other minerals, fossils, organic matter such as wood, shell, and bone

         Lustre: vitreous, transparent to translucent

         Cleavage:  none

         Varieties: Bandfire, Black, Boulder, Cherry, Fire, Gold, Harlequin, Pineapple, White +++

Brief Description: Opal is a hydrous silicon dioxide mineraloid (it has no crystalline structure, and between 10% to 20% water content). There are 2 groups of Opal: Precious Opal (play of colour) and Common Opal (no play of colour). Light diffracts into a spectrum of colours through ordered micro-silica spheres within Precious Opal. There are over 60 named variety of Opal making identification difficult.

Mythology:  In the Middle Ages, opal was considered a stone that could provide great luck because it was believed to possess all the virtues of each gemstone whose color was represented in the color spectrum of the opal. It was also said to confer the power of invisibility if wrapped in a fresh bay leaf and held in the hand. Following the publication of Sir Walter Scott's Anne of Geierstein in 1829, opal acquired a less auspicious reputation. In Scott's novel, the Baroness of Arnheim wears an opal talisman with supernatural powers. When a drop of holy water falls on the talisman, the opal turns into a colorless stone and the Baroness dies soon thereafter.

Usage: Precious Opal relieves any issues a child may have with an invisible or imaginary friend, and is especially helpful before sleep if the child wishes the friend to go away at bedtime. Opals promote a sense of calm security, easing stress and depression, and encouraging one to stop brooding in order to better direct one’s thoughts and energies. They are antidotes to restless thoughts and racing minds that rehash the past or anticipate the future. Opals center the mind and are stones of happy dreams, particularly soothing for children and those who have always slept badly or had recurring nightmares with no apparent reason.

Metaphysical Properties:

Sold by:
Single piece
Size:
1 1/2'' to 2''
Weight:
20g to 50g
Origin:
Morocco
Chakra:
Crown Chakra
Hardness:
5.5 to 6.5
Stone:
Opal

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