What does the color opal look like?

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The gemstone opal often has a white appearance. However, some may be more colorful than others and reflect various shades and have a rainbow effect. White and green are the most common colors found in opals, although any color can be found, including black.
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Opals can come in many colors and most are a combination of two or three colors. For instance, the fire opal is a combination of orange, red, or yellow.
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An opal is a gemstone, it contains a great deal of silica. They come in a variety of colors. Black, cream, pink, blue and gray. The most common and most popular is the milky white
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