Australian Opal Cutters
20588588 Boulder Opal Necklace 72.32ct
This spectacular necklace is a 72.32 carat boulder opal. Set in platinum with 2.65 carats of diamond along with exquisite tourmaline and sapphires, the bright blue of this boulder is reminiscent of the sky on a clear day. Cool and bold and full of potential. The shaft of white light moving through the opal centre is reminiscent of a flock of white birds flying streamline, entering the joy of day. The passionate red stripe at the bottom of the gem feeds the brightness of this summer- feeling opal. It is the lifeline vein of this stone, giving the light hearted blue of the gem its positive energy.
|Total Carat Weight||2.65ct (Diamonds)|
"Item number 20588588 is a very special Boulder Opal. Very rarely do we get a Boulder with such a full face of colour and such thick Boulder as well. It’s a 72.32ct Boulder Opal with beautiful banderada stripe right through the middle of it. Looks like the current in the ocean, which is full of quill in the ocean and just sparkling at night as some of that iridescent quill do. It’s set in Platinum with 2.65ct of diamonds and in fact there is a 130 Diamonds, plus all of the other special Tourmalines and Sapphires."
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"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.