Australian Opal Cutters
20183882 Boulder Opal Pendant/Brooch 51.58ct
This superb brooch is blessed with a fiery blue pinfire pattern. There are moments of pinfire yellow, green and red which adds an extra dimension to the overall allure of the Opal.
|Metal||18K Yellow Gold|
"This is item 20183882. A Boulder with a little more ironstone showing through to the surface, that is what Boulder Opal normally does. The colour is intense, blue, green and some yellow, a little bit of red and orange. And we’ve set it into a brooch in 18K gold. It’s 51.58ct in total weight. Ten grant."
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