Translation of opal in Spanish:

opal

ópalo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈoʊpəl//ˈəʊp(ə)l/

noun

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    ópalo masculine
    • Composed of gold and enamel and set with a large carved Australian opal, smaller opals, and other stones, it is closely related to avant-garde art nouveau European designs of the period.
    • The traditional kundan work has also been embellished with semi-precious and precious stones and beads such as tourmalines, tanzanites, opals, aquamarine and peridots.
    • Jew, Christian and Muslim chased after me throwing stones: onyx, opals, diorite, the glass eyes of their god.
    • Diamonds and opals and onyx sat in lumps in the sparkling coloured windows.
    • So Santa, if you're reading, do bring me my weight in platinum, sapphires and opals.
    • This includes opals, turquoise, malachite, pearls, amber, coral, shells, and similar soft or porous materials.
    • Such a structure reflects light in unusual ways similar to mother-of-pearl or the gemstone opal.
    • In a blinding flash the diamond, moonstone, opal, ruby and sapphire were molded together, inseparable, forever.
    • My late husband, Milton, loved cutting opals, was very good at it, and developed a nice business as an opal cutter.
    • The council sat silently while he passed out an onyx and an opal to every one.
    • Gemstones such as diamonds, opals, sapphires, and rubies are produced in Brazil.
    • The third and final one was an anklet and the jewel was a turquoise opal.
    • But the one piece that attracted me was an opal and diamond ring.
    • Colorado has no good, documented sites for gem opal, emerald, ruby, and jade, but who knows what exists?
    • It is said the opal will turn pale if brought into the presence of poison.
    • An opal ring on her finger caught the fire of a faraway chandelier.
    • The berries are an unusual creation of repousse silver covered in enamel and interspersed with carved carnelians and Mexican opals.
    • Some gemstones that cannot be placed in most commercial jewellery cleaners are: pearls, lapis lazuli, malachite, opals, coral, turquoise, and others.
    • The gem was not a ruby, and it wasn't an emerald either, and it wasn't a diamond or an opal or a pearl, and it wasn't jade or tourmaline or jasper.
    • Examples of various types of opal gemstones and opal jewelry are part of the exhibit.