Australian Opal Cutters
20481995 ''Fraser Island'' Black Opal Pendant 9.30ct
The beauteous nature of this Black Opal pendant lies in the merging of the dark blues and lighter greens. The effect is enchanting, providing the viewer and potential wearer with an overall effect of calm that takes over the senses. This Opal offers a heaven of colour that moves with the light in the same way water in a pond dances with the sun.
|Metal||18K Yellow Gold|
|Accent Stones||29 Diamonds|
|Total Carat Weight||0.331ct|
"This is item 20481995. A 9.30ct, harlequin pattern Opal. We have cut 6 harlequin pattern Opals in our life like this. Very, very, very hard to find. In my early I thought they were going to be easy, so I let the first one go. This one is a collector’s piece, a pair excellence."
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