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Blue Opal Tumble

Blue Opal Tumble

Gorgeous Blue Opal Tumbles at La Luna...


Available as small tumbles for £4 or mini tumbles for £3.


Key words: communication, creativity, harmony, intuition, inner strength, luck, spiritual healing, victory

Chakras: Throat, Heart, Brow

Element: Water

Zodiac Signs: Libra, Cancer, Pisces, Scorpio


Blue Opal Crystal Healing Properties:

The Blue Opal meaning is often described as that of luck and victory throughout history.

A crystal of communication and creativity, Blue Opal allows you to speak your mind without fear or recrimination.

It can help you believe in your own abilities and attract like-minded people into your life.

An ideal stone for meditation, Blue Opal clears negative energy and blockages in the Chakras, specifically the Throat, Heart, and Third Eye.

Blue Opal is a gentle, but deeply healing stone, that can enhance our sexual desire and exalt sexual experiences.

Blue Opal offers us strength and persistence in accomplishing tasks, particularly those concerning business affairs. It can assist in expression of our deepest feelings, and stabilize us through mood swings. It is a helpful tool for those of us suffering from chronic fatigue.

Enhances psychic abilities and spiritual contact.


Opal History and Uses:

The name opal is thought to be derived from the Sanskrit upala, meaning “precious stone,” and later the Greek derivative “Opallios,” meaning “to see a change of colour.”

Opals have a very long history and there are many myths pertaining to the stone. In medieval times, all blond maidens wanted a necklace made of opals, as this was considered an absolute guarantee to prevent their hair from fading or darkening. The opal was also thought to make a person invisible whenever he wished, and for that reason, it was called Patronus forum (patron of thieves).

Empress Eugenie, wife of Napoleon III of France, refused to wear the stones, as did many others, some well read and some not so well read. On the other hand, Queen Victoria laughed at the superstition, and as her daughters married, she gave them opals for wedding gifts. The daughters all fared well. In Asia, opal is viewed as a symbol of hope.

Among the ancients, opal was a symbol of fidelity and assurance, and in later history it became associated with religious emotional prayer. It was believed to have a strong therapeutic value for diseases of the eye, and when worn as an amulet, it would make the wearer immune from disease as well as increase the powers of the eyes and the mind. 


Opal Geological Description:

There are many, many colour varieties of this crystal, and there are two main types of Opal; the Common Opal and the Precious or Gem, Opal. The Common Opal is characterised by its translucence and its palette of colours that include red, green, blue, pink and orange, also known for its dendritic inclusions. The Precious Opal displays different flashing colours called opalescence against white, dark brown, or black backgrounds. The opalescence appears as vivid colours that seem to float on the background, and it often has a blue or purple overall tone.

Opal is a mineraloid or crystalline form of silica. It is colourless when pure. Raw stones have a waxy, dull lustre that polishes to a vibrant shine. Opals are translucent or transparent and measure between 5 and 6 on the Mohs scale of hardness.

Australia is the leading source of Opal stones, but they can also be found in countries like the USA, Peru, Mexico, and Brazil.


    Please note that being a natural product, each Blue Opal will vary in colours, patterns, size and shape, making each crystal truly unique.


    Sourced from Africa.


    Available in two sizes.

    Mini are approx 10-15mm in size and cost £4 and the smalls are approx 20-25 in size and cost £5.50

£3.00 Regular Price
£1.50Sale Price
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