Black Opal Palmstones
Black Opal Palmstones
Black Opal Palmstones
Black Opal Palmstones
Black Opal Palmstones
Black Opal Palmstones
Black Opal Palmstones
Black Opal Palmstones
Black Opal Palmstones
Black Opal Palmstones
Black Opal Palmstones
Black Opal Palmstones
Black Opal Palmstones
Black Opal Palmstones
Black Opal Palmstones
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The name opal is believed to be derived from the Sanskrit word upala, which means 'jewel', and later the Greek derivative opállios, which means 'to see a change in color'.

There are two broad classes of opal: precious and common. Precious opal displays play-of-color; common opal does not.

Black opal is considered the rarest, while white, gray, and green opals are the most common.