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White Opal - Cabochon

White Opal - Cabochon

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White Opal - Cabochon 
Size: 9mm Tall  
Location: Mexico

About Stone: White common opal is a type of opal that is known for its milky white color and lack of play of color. It is often used in jewelry making and can be found in various parts of the world, including Australia, Mexico, and the United States. While it may not have the same vibrant colors as other types of opal, its simplicity and elegance make it a popular choice for those who prefer a more natural or simplistic look. White common opal is also believed to have healing properties and is said to promote emotional stability and calmness.

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