Types of Opal
Opal, derived from the Latin Opalus, means “the beauty of the gem.” Ancient Roman natural scientist Pliny once said: “On an opal stone, you can see the ruby flame, the amethyst-like stains, the emerald green sea, the colorful, seamless, beautiful.”
In Europe, Opal was known as a Roman Empire and was of great value. According to Pliny, the Nunnery of the Senate has a very beautiful opal. He is very fond of it. At that time, the ruler Anthony asked him to give it, otherwise, he would be exiled. As a result, Nominating chose to go to exile and refused to offer Opal to Anthony.