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Opal Pendant 4143

$595.00 $495.00

Boulder Opal Pendant

 

Field: Queensland (Australia)

Stone Size:  17×7 mm

 

Metal:  14k yellow gold

Chain or leather hanger included

 

Shipping(freight):Free

Packaging:   luxury gift box

 

Guarantee:  International

 

References: testimonials 

Questions?  Contact us here

 

Member: American Opal Society.

 

Origin of this Opal

 

Queensland  is the only place in the world as far as we can tell, where boulder opal is found.

 

Boulder opals vary between small ‘nuts’ found in Yowah and Koroit to the south of the state.

 

Larger boulders with veins of opal range from Quilpie in the south to Winton area in the north.

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Description

Opal Pendant

This natural black boulder opal pendant has brilliant green blue flashes of color from the Western Qld mines, Australia, set in 14k yellow gold with chain included and FREE SHIPPING

Keep in mind that we have a free ‘late gift’ service just in case you need it

Please ask about it in the blog below if you are buying this item for a gift and you have left it a little late to get to you on time. We can email the card to you for printing. Just give us the first names of the giver and receiver.

This opal pendant comes with an international guarantee certificate..

backed up by our over 40 years impeccable reputation in the Australian opal industry. Please see what many of our customers have reported about us over the years, and keep in mind that these are only a few of the thousands we have either in signature or commentary form.

This is a full color boulder opal

Boulder opal is an opal that is sliced out of large ironstone boulders where veins of opal color are found. This requires the help of (sometimes) large diamond saws and sledgehammers. When the pieces containing the color are separated from the mother stone, the opal cutter will then gradually clear the waste away from one side of the veins of opal, exposing the color of the stone. More often than not the color has lots of ironstone inclusions giving it an evidence that it is a natural opal. Sometimes the full color of the opal is exposed and stones like this are very similar to black opals. They are called ‘full color boulder opals’.

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