A-Z Of Opals

Australian Black Opal Information

Australian Black Opal Information

Australian Black Opal is one of the rarest gemstones on earth. It has every color of the rainbow on a black ground which makes the colors dance.
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Boulder Opal Information

Boulder Opal Information

Boulder Opal is one of the most undervalue opals valuable on the market. Learn more about this unique opal and browse the beautifully stones we have for sale.
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Brazilian Opal Information

Brazilian Opal Information

Brazilian Opals are mined in the North East region of the state of Piaua, where there are no large-scale Opal fields & most mining is done by hand.
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Crystal Opal Information

Crystal Opal Information

Crystal Opal is one of the most stunning Opals found today. The colours and light play mustn't be missed.
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Ethiopian Opal Information

Ethiopian Opal Information

The newest opal on the market. Discover the origin, history and variance of the Ethiopian opal. Watch the journey from mining to the end polished product.
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Honduran Opal Information

Honduran Opal Information

Honduran opals are easily distinguished from other opals because of their distinct coloring. These opals can vary between a milky-white opal to a matrix-based one. These opals are primarily formed by volcanic eruptions that occur in South America.
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Hydrophane Opal Information

Hydrophane Opal Information

Hydrophane Opal is a new term that has been developed to describe a certain type of Opal.
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Mexican Fire Opal Information

Mexican Fire Opal Information

Buy Mexican Fire Opal And Learn About This Incredible Type Of Opal. We Thing It Is One Of The Most Amazing Types Of Opal Available.
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Mintabie Opal Information

Mintabie Opal Information

The Mintabie opal gets its name from the location where it is mined in Mintabie, Australia. Learn more about this beautiful Opal
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Opal Doublet Information

Opal Doublet Information

An Opal Doublet is a thin layer of precious Opal cemented onto a backing, usually a piece of Black Opal or Ironstone. Opal doublets are an affordable alternative to a solid Opal.
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Opal Triplet Information

Opal Triplet Information

An Opal Triplet is so named because it has three components: a thin slice of crystal Opal sandwiched between a clear top layer and a black backing.
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Opalite Information

Opalite Information

Opalite is a green natural stone that has many similar chemical properties to precious Opal. Check out why we love this stone and why you should add one to your collection
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Peruvian Opal Information

Peruvian Opal Information

Peruvian Opal is the national stone of Peru and is relatively rare and can only be found in the Andes mountains. It is usually coloured blue to blue-green
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Slovakian Opal Information

Slovakian Opal Information

The oldest & largest Opal deposits in Europe from Roman times were found in Slovakia. Slovakian Opal have been better known in the past as Hungarian Opal.
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Tanzanian Green Opal

Tanzanian Green Opal

Green Opal and Dendritic Opal are all found in Tanzania and posses stunning rolling-fire flashes. Green Opal is a very unique and rare type of Opal
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Yowah Opal Information

Yowah Opal Information

Yowah Opal from Australia are famous for their deep strong ironstone with fantastic patterns and inclusions of colour. They also produce different Opal.
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