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Koroit 266ct. Boulder Opal Natural Rough Specimen, Gem "Blue lightning!!!"

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Koroit opal field is AWESOME!!!! I see an awesome Pendant!!!

The Koroit Opal field was discovered in 1897 by Lawrence Rostron. The most recent mining events started in 1972 when the popularity and profitability of the stone increased. The mining is done by either open cut large scale mining or by underground shafts.

266 ct
Oh and feel free to Make offers. Maybe you are interested in more than just 1 Boulder Opal?Pics Taken Dry! Pics Taken Dry!


How do we provide such Awesome Deals? We Purchase straight from the Mine owners.

How do we provide such Awesome Deals? We Purchase straight from the Mine owners.

    Average review
    Incredibly beautiful specimen that exceeded expectation. Shop owner is communicative and the shipping is light speed! This was one of two consecutive purchases and I couldn’t be happier with both! Shop also included a surprise!!!
    Jun 30, 2018 by Charles Easterling

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