Dark ironstone with sparkles of bright color. These two cabs were cut from Old stock Queensland boulder opal. The host rock is ironstone, with veins of colorful opal.
Marquise shaped cab- beveled edges and a natural/rough face, green-blue-purple flecks with white veins
Approximate size- 38.5 x 20 x 6 mm, 38.5 carats
Rounded freeform- polished face, veins of purple fire with flecks of green, dark base
Approximate size-27 x 37 x 6 mm, 66.6 carats
Six little opal cabochons cut from Austrailian based material. Great colors in each one. Great size for rings, charms, or whatever you like. Pics taken outside with exposure down to...
Little drop of the ocean materialized in the form of an opal. This lovely stone is cut from Peruvian blue material, which gets the coloring from trace copper minerals. Cabbed...
Andean opal has a gel base, looking like water frozen in still life. This one is translucent with hints of blue, green, and white. Carved in a freeform drop shape....