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OPAL COOBER PEDY

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OPAL COOBER PEDY
OPAL COOBER PEDY

OPAL COOBER PEDY

$1,370 $795

OPAL COOBER PEDY

An absolutely stunning Opal from Coober Pedy showing great colours of the rainbow.  Almost crystal formation for this large gemstone ready for the most beautiful pendant.  This Genuine Natural Australian White Solid Opal comes with certification and valuation.  A truly worthwhile investment.
From the South Australian fields of Coober Pedy.  This Opal displays a full spectrum of colour in a chaff/flash pattern.

Location:
Coober Pedy, South Australia, Australia.

Dimensions:
1.37cm x 2.48cm x 0.32cm, 7.6ct.

Opal: SiO2 · nH2O Hydrated Silicon Dioxide.

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OPAL COOBER PEDYOPAL COOBER PEDY

An absolutely stunning Opal from Coober Pedy showing great colours of the rainbow.  Almost crystal formation for this large gemstone ready for the most beautiful pendant.  This Genuine Natural Australian White Solid Opal comes with certification and valuation.  A truly worthwhile investment.
From the South Australian fields of Coober Pedy.  This Opal displays a full spectrum of colour in a chaff/flash pattern.

Variety                 Natural Light Opal type 1
Body Tones         Body Tone N8
Brightness           Bright
Transparency     Opaque
Colour                  Red-Multi
Hue                      Clear Strong Tones
Outline                Free Shape
Profile                 Flat Face
Pattern               Regular Pattern
Display               Good From All Angles
Distribution      Over 80%
Inclusions         No Inclusions (Clean)
Weight               7.6ct

Location:
Coober Pedy, South Australia, Australia.

Dimensions:
1.37cm x 2.48cm x 0.32cm, 7.6ct.

Opal: SiO2 · nH2O Hydrated Silicon Dioxide.
O
pal has been a popular gem for many centuries and has a very interesting structure.  The name opal probably is derived from the Sanskrit name for precious stone- upala.  Opal is considered a mineraloid because this structure is not truly crystalline.  The chemistry of Opal is primarily SiO2 and varying amounts of water. The amount of water varies from 5 -10% and greater. This water can help geologists determine the temperature of the host rock at the time the opal formed.

Weight 10 g
Dimensions 2 x 3 x 1 cm