The piece or Koroit boulder opal was cut and shaped to feature the opalized area.
One side features a gemmy area with green and blue fire, while the other side shows some fire and what looks like a bubble in the opal itself. The gemmy area is translucent through the piece.
The silver border is made from heavy stock, and fit with prongs to secure the stone, while keeping both sides open and protecting the stone. The bail hangs and moves freely, and will fit up to a 4 mm thick chain/cord.
This style pendant could be made in a number of materials, please contact direct for any inquiries.
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