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The name Opal comes from three sources. One is the Latin word "Opalus". The second one is from your Greek word "Opalliois" meaning a difference of colour lastly from your ancient Sanskrit word "Upala" meaning precious stone. If one speaks of gemstone over these tongues the saying Opal would be Opallious upala, which suggests precious stone.Which shows of assorted colours when shifted against light. Anyone who has made an attempt to handle pizzelle or have purchased them on the internet understand how vulnerable to breaking these goodies are generally. And even though a couple of crushed cookies may not be devastating, a container full of them totally destroys each side the gift. So, how will you carry or ship containers of these desserts to family and friends without presenting all of them with a box filled with crumbs in the long run?