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Opals vary in price depending on their rarity and the respective value of their hue. Some opals can cost a few hundred dollars while others cost thousands of dollars. Generally, the darker the opal, the more it costs.
Through the centuries, opal has been credited with affecting many things, from hope, to luck, to sacral health. In modern times, opal is most often known for being the October birthstone.
A white opal is an opal that has a lightly colored body, most often appearing as white or creamy hue. Within the stone are the trademark flecks that change as the lighting does, reflecting many different colors, adding allure to the enigmatic gemstone.
Opals come in a large array of colors, from charcoal to ivory, and every shade in between. Fire opals, often from Mexico, are brilliantly red, while other opals around the world include vivid blues and deep purples. All opals contain multifaceted specks that seem to hold an entire rainbow inside of them.