History of Opal
Opal got its name from the greek word "Opalus" which meant "to see a change in color." Opals were first made popular by the Romans and opal in these ancient times came from Cernowitz (Vorosvagas), a mountainous region in
An example of Hungarian Opal seen on this image, found in the 17th century in Hungary, measuring 130mm x 70 mm x 70 mm and weighing 594 gramms. Displayed in the Museum of Natural History Vienna, Austria.
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