Rock and Gems' new Opal Library: Did you know opal is considered the queen of gemstones?

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Rock and Gems' new Opal Library: Did you know opal is considered the queen of gemstones?

Postby PinkDiamond » Fri Sep 04, 2020 8:15 pm

From Rock and Gems, this is the first issue released on, Illustrious Opals, "Exploring the Allure of Opals." The second issue is, "Fossil Bee in Opal", Phenomenon Defies Understanding, and you'll need to supply them with your email in order to read them, but they're worth it. Hope y'all enjoy these as much as I did, and I'll have to watch for further issues to be released for you. :)
Did you know opal is considered the queen of gemstones?
It seems quite fitting given the tremendous beauty and variety of opal throughout the world and the air of mystery and majestic nature of this type of mineraloid.

In recognition of the wonder and intrigue of opal, Rock & Gem has launched the new limited-edition series, Illustrious Opals.
Each digital issue contains:

Unique columns about people, places, and history related to opals.
Feature articles focusing on the science, geology, and artistry of opal.
Profiles showcasing some of the many business within the opal industry.

https://www.rockngem.com/illustrious-op ... tter090320
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