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  • Noble People Always Like Opal Jewelry

    Posted on March 18th, 2011 admin No comments

    As an internationally recognized one of the six valuable gems OPal has at least have the history of 2000 in western. Many royal nobles love Poal jewelry very much.

    Napoleon queen Josephine opal necklace

    Napoleon queen Josephine opal necklace

    According to the British gemological expert book OPal, poal had been treated as valuable treasure during 200 to 300 BC. In Roman period, Poal had been followed by noble groups. At the early time, ancient roman expert Plink described the OPal gems as ruby’s fire color, amethystine bright color, emerald’s ocean color, these different colors can bring light once they came together in strange way.

    Queen Victoria 1850 opal bracelet

    Queen Victoria 1850 opal bracelet

    Many imperial household and many other noble classes loved OPal jewelry very much; France napoleon queen Josephine owned one piece of “burns Trojans” OPal necklace. British queen Victoria bought much opal jewelry to give her five daughters. There was a very special OPal jewelry which was weight 205 carats, and Australia government set it on a necklace and then sent it as gift to British queen Elizabeth, so this unique necklace also  was called queen’s Poal.

    Queen Elizabeth 1954, opal necklace and earrings

    Queen Elizabeth 1954, opal necklace and earrings

    Pliny had also written that,a senior statesman of Roman empire had one piece of elegant OPal jewelry and he love it very much. Once the rulers Antoine used oppressed him to take this jewelry out, or he will be send into exile, but he treated these valuable goods as his life and chose to be banished and stood a difficult life. Then Roman people called him Cupid Paederos, they thought that OPal was the most important symbol of hope and pure, those who wear it will be get did if any disease. Ancient Greece people thought that one own Poal will have a ability to predict future. All these create mystical imaginations.

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