Australian Opal Cutters
20482039 Black Opal Pendant 12.2ct
In nearly fifty years of dealing in Opal, this is the fifth Chequerboard Harlequin that I have ever offered. The Chequerboard Harlequin is an extremely rare pattern to be found in Opal. It is where the square- shaped units of the color design are regularly arranged. Predominately green on black, a very black gem quality base, with blue, orange, purple and red, this Opal is of the rarest design currently in stock. There is a high degree of uniformity in the squares of this magnificent Harlequin Chequerboard pattern. Enjoy this among the literally millions of Opals which are cut, polished and distributed through Australian Opal Cutters, the fifth in fifty years.
|Metal||18K Yellow Gold|
|Accent Stones||41 Diamonds|
|Total Carat Weight||0.401ct|
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