tiny but pretty good
|Dimensions (mm)||46.6 x 15.2 x 9.3mm|
|Weight (carats)||37.1 carats|
OPAL WOOD FOSSIL
FROM KOROIT - QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIA
WOOD GRAIN VISIBLE
NATURAL PICTURE STONE
If a cavity has formed because a bone, shell or pinecone was buried in the sand or clay that later became the rock, and conditions are right for opal formation, then the opal forms a fossil replica of the original object that was buried. We get opalised fossils of two kinds: ... This happens sometimes with wood or bone.
The Opal Sheriff program allows our members to request an audit on any auction, which is completed by an independent Gemologist who assesses the accuracy of the item description and pictures.
|Starts||20th Jan 2021 8:53pm PST|
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