Australian Opal Cutters
20185039 Boulder Opal Loose 65.04ct
This exquisite Boulder Opal loose stone is made up of the magic of summertime dreaming. The colours of deep blue and light green, merge together to create the effect of being under the sea. The moments of red which travel throughout the stone has a similar effect to sunlight hitting the sea.
"Here we have item number 20185039. A loose Boulder Opal, also extraordinary large for a full face of colour. There is not a speck of ironstone showing through, at least on this picture. Again it’s being set in the factory so I can’t look at it through a loop. But at 65.04ct, a very large piece. A mixture of patterns, flagstone harlequin in this section here and a mixture of patterns around the border. As always, a work of art, a very unique work of art."
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