Drilled opalite pendants Qty-1
"Opalite" usually refers to a manmade glass used mainly in jewelry making. Although this material is usually anywhere from clear to milky colored, it takes on an unearthly, luminous blue glow - especially when placed against a dark backdrop. That's why it's sometimes mistaken for moonstone. However, against a white backdrop or held up to the light, opalite / sea opal glass often takes on an amber color. But it's the lovely, glowing blue that really attracts people. Wear opalite jewelry against any dark colored clothing, and start counting the number of people who come up to you and ask, "What is that stone?" There's no doubt that it catches people's eyes.