Conquista earrings Warm toned Mexican Opal "Conquista" earrings accented in 14k Gold fill. Look at the beautiful patterns these stones have! Conquista earrings $110 3" long (2 left)
Mexico has named the Fire Opal the stone of the country, for good reason as this stone is rich in Mexico’s history. The Mayas and the Aztecs
sincerely loved this stone as they used it prominently in their rituals and mosaics. The iridescent, fiery, prismatic reds and oranges of the Fire Opal were first introduced to Europe by the
Conquistadors of Mexico. The Mayas and Aztecs sent these Conquistadors with Mexican Fire Opal stones for a positive outlook on their travels, overcoming shyness
and uncertainty in what was to come.
a song to enjoy while you read about the Mexican Fire Opal, just copy and paste:
Set Fire to the Rain - Adele
Azteca pendant Mexican Opal has brilliant fire and a giraffe-like pattern for beautiful texture. The rich orange is flashy and hard to find in stones - and this year, brights are in! Pair this with a fine omega chain for a modern look. 2" L x .75 w (1
This stone counters the effects of depression, insecurities and chronic fatigue. The Mexican Fire Opal promotes creativity, sexual
enjoyment, positivity, curiosity, playfulness, optimism and confidence. Overall the wearer of a Mexican Fire Opal will experience an outlook overhaul for the better, so better your perspective
with a Joye Design Mexican Fire Opal piece!
Mexican Fire Opal in its raw form!
Mexican Fire Opal loves to be worn regularly, as the stone needs to maintain its water balance. So by wearing the Opal, the moisture of
the wearer's skin and that of the air keeps the stone free of thirst. Fire Opals which have become matte from being worn regularly can be re-polished.
Joye's Mexican "Jelly" Fire Opal Pendant $295
Orange lipstick is lovely on women, especially those with rosy cheeks!
Joye's new Mexican "Jelly" Fire Opal Bracelet!
How appropriate! A tequila sunrise with your Mexican Fire Opal!