You would probably know about Opal pictured as a play-of-color stone. Well, this is the type of Opal most commonly used as jewelry, the ones with uniform appearance and composition. They are made of single solid piece of Opal stone.
If you are planning to get one, you'd probably can recognize the stone by looking at it. The play-of-color or 'fire' can be described as Flash and Harlequin. Flash has broad flashes of color that dissapear when the stone is moved. While Harlequin described to have large angular patterns, like diamond in harlequin patterns.
To add more knowledge about this stone, there are four varieties which will suit your occassions or dress: White Opal, Black Opal, Fire Opal, Water Opal. Visit our shop now to get one as an idea for a gift.