Fire Opals belong to the opal family and are primarily mined in Mexico. The stone’s appeal comes from the vividness of the color. It can range from yellow to light red and can even have brownish undertones.
Did you know that the Aztecs and the Mayans used Fire Opal in jewelry and they called it “Stone of the Bird of Paradise”?
Like the power of lava, the free form nature of the fire opal is alluring, striking and fluid. When a Ruchi woman wears this seductive gem, her irresistible essence is felt all around her.