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Like An Opal  Bracelet

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A very special "synthetic"* opal ball slides contrastingly along an oxidized sterling silver ball chain. It seems to light up as it shimmies from side to side along your wrist! Running parallel is a larger linked sterling chain, also oxidized and polished to a dark shine! The lobster clasp is oxidized (I left it a bit darker for contrast) as is the long, large-linked extender chain. Hanging off the end is another glowing synthetic opal in a smaller size.

[Please don't let anyone tell you that this is an opal, or opalite, or a natural stone.]

* "Synthetic opal (from Wikipedia)
As well as occurring naturally, opals of all varieties have been synthesized experimentally and commercially. The discovery of the ordered sphere structure of precious opal led to its synthesis by Pierre Gilson in 1974.[4] The resulting material is distinguishable from natural opal by its regularity; under magnification, the patches of color are seen to be arranged in a "lizard skin" or "chicken wire" pattern. Synthetics are further distinguished from naturals by the former's lack of fluorescence under UV light. Synthetics are also generally lower in density and are often highly porous." *

Like An Opal Bracelet