Black opal from Lightning Ridge, Australia. I would love to make a pendant necklace with this.

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An carat Black Opal purchased by Richard Krementz in Lightning Ridge, Australia. Courtesy of Richard Krementz Gemstones. Photo by Robert Weldon/GIA (Gemological Institute of America) via Dieter Rosenkranz

Black Opal and Boulder Opal Specialis - Gemstory

Harlequin Pattern is the most prized in Opals. They are extremely rare and are often referred to by the opld miners as tartan shirts opal.

World's Rarest & Largest Collector's Gem -26100cts -Super Swiss Blue Topazio

World's Rarest & Largest Collector's Gem -Super Swiss Blue Topaz - NR in Jewelry & Watches, Loose Diamonds & Gemstones, Loose Gemstones

Koroit Opal. RESEARCH by DdO:) - http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/hope-and-dreams/ - Usually large opals. Deep ironstone w amazing thin color bars of patterns & colors. Koroit= aboriginal 'muddy water'. Mining fields near Koroit, Australia. Matrix opal: opal occurs as a network of veins or infilling of voids or between grains of the host rock. I put this on my HOPE AND DREAMS board because all the miracle colors of the world give me hope: There's more joy that I haven't yet…

Koroit Opal Gotta love opals it's like everything God wants a rock to be

Australian Black Opal Cab

Opals On Black Solid Black Opal. Solid Black Opal 7 x from Lightning Ridge, Australia

Lightning Ridge Solid Gem Crystal Opal  Calibrated 9 x 7mm  A very bright and clean piece of Gem Crystal Opal, playing beautiful greens interlaced with hints of mauve.

Lightning Ridge Solid Gem Crystal Opal Calibrated 9 x A very bright and clean piece of Gem Crystal Opal, playing beautiful greens interlaced with hints of mauve. my birth stone!

Some of the most beautiful minerals and stones...pinned by ♥ wootandhammy.com, thoughtful jewelry.

Some of the most beautiful minerals and stones

I need bismuth. And several geodes, lots of druzzy and a bunch of other miraculous stuff! ~ Some of the most beautiful minerals and stones.I have a small specimen of bismuth.

Lightning Ridge Black Opal. It gets its name from a real Australian town in New South Wales and is one of the rarest kinds of opal on the planet.

Just magical to see!Twin Galaxy Stones A stunning pair of nearly identical Lightning Ridge Black Opals. These rare stone are both more valuable and far more fragile than diamonds.

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