Our Brand Ambassadors
2000 Sydney Cabaret Convention – The City Of Sydney Award
2001 Mo’ Awards – The Peter Allen Performer Of The Year Award and The ALVA Female Performer Of The Year Award
2000 – The Basement, Circular Quay Sydney
2000 – Sydney 2000 Cabaret Convention, Sydney Town Hall
2000 and 2001 – “Good Morning Australia” - Live to air TV performances
2000 – 11th Annual Cabaret Convention, New York Town Hall
2000 – Carols by Candlelight, Edward Park Newcastle hosted by Tony Barber
2001 – School of Arts Café, Queanbeyan Australia
2001 – “Denise” – Live to air TV performance
2001 – Performances in “The Stars Are Brightly Shining”, State Theatre Sydney (Directed by Richard Wherrett and including a duet with Leah Purcell)
2001 – “New York And Before”, Capers, Hawthorn Melbourne
2001 – 2011 - Cabaret/Floor shows/Guest Entertainer, International Cruise Lines and various venues throughout Australia
Amy Xu is the newest ambassador of Australian Opal Cutters.She is an expert in the field of event management managing more than 200 events mostly cultural, tourism, trade and charity orientated or business project focused.
Other roles include marketing manager for a high-end Chinese fine dining Restaurant and Public Relations officer for a charity organisation-She believes pearls are a girl's best friend.
"Black opal" is a term used for opal that has a dark body color, often black or dark gray. The term is also used for opal that has a dark blue or dark green body color. The dark body color often makes the fire of black opal more obvious. ... It was mined at Lightning Ridge, Australia, the "Black Opal Capital of the World".
Boulder Opal is a unique and beautiful opal found in Queensland, Australia. It is easily identifiable because it is a mixture of ironstone and opal either in a matrix or layered. Every stone is unique and they are arguably the most affordable opal available.
"Light opal" and "white opal" are terms used for opal material that has a white, yellow or cream body color. This is the most common body color for precious opal. These stones were cut from material mined at Coober Pedy, South Australia. They are calibrated 8 x 6 millimeter cabochons.