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SemiBlack Opal from LR  5.725cts ** RARE PATTERN **

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There is an endless bounty of eye-catching gemstones throughout the world and this spectacular boulder opal is one unique beauty that looks like a shimmering crystal encased in a tree fossil. Its opalescent sheen seeps through the cracks of the seemingly wooden rings in lustrous hues of emerald green and aqua blue. Like something out of a fairy tale, the triangular piece radiates through an organic pattern mimicking the growth rings of tree.

This is Not a Shimmering Gem Inside a Tree, Just the Most Beautiful Boulder Opal…

100CTS  MASSIVE UNIQUE PATTERN BOULDER OPAL   MMM 980

fuckyeahcrystals: opalauction: Opal heaven it looks like opalized CABBAGE!

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My favorite the beautiful Opal, Australia has the most gorgeous Opal to be found.

The play-of-color in this black opal has an exceptionally rare star pattern. - Courtesy Cody Opal. GIA (102114)

The play-of-color in this black opal has an exceptionally rare star pattern. - Courtesy Cody Opal----these Cody Opals are just great!

This is called the Fire Opal. It's found in Mexico and inside seems to be filled with flames or a sunset.

Florida-based gemstone enthusiast Jeff Schultz captures a stunning image of a Mexican Fire Opal that, depending on how you visually interpret it, looks like a beautiful sunset in the clouds or a fiery explosion with billowing smoke.

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.

Solid boulder opal. Rare pattern probably formed millions years ago then an earthquake or ground movement cracked the opal, and we assume pitch filled in the cracks and set over millions of years

Solid Boulder Opal - Rare pattern probably formed millions years ago then earthquake or ground movement cracked the opal. Also we assume potch filled in the cracks and set over millions of years again. THIS IS NATURAL OPAL, NOT MAN MADE!

'Chinese writing' is a rare pattern in black opals

Chinese Writing Pattern : thin lines and strips of overlapping colour, resembling Chinese Characters.

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