White opal with Dendrite inclusions
A common opal is defined as “dendritic” when it contains fern, moss, or tree-like patterned inclusions of metallic oxides like manganese and iron. These opal aggregates often form in relatively low temperatures and have a resinous luster.
The stone is extremely rare because it is excavated and produced only in New Mexico, where there is only one mine for Dendritic Opal.
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