Boulder Opal is Very Flashy Alternating Greens & Reds

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Boulder Opal is Very Flashy Alternating Greens & Reds

168.00

Boulder Opal is a precious opal forming as a result of silica-solution seeping into spaces in brown ironstone. It is the second rarest opal on Earth after black opal, but is often nearly identical in appearance to black opal. Considering that boulder opal cost about 7 times less than black opal but looks almost the same, that makes it seem like a pretty good deal to me!

This one-of-a-kind, very high-quality pendant of boulder opal was mined in Australia. It is a fascinating opal because from some angles, it flashed green, and from others, it flashes red (which for some reason won't photograph well, nor will the amazing color this pendant produces). I is so very awesome!

The boulder pendant (with bail) measures 1 3/8 inches (3.5 cm) long with bailand Swarovski crystal accent. The sterling silver textured chain is adjustable 16-18 inches and is finished with a bronze Swarovski Crystal and sterling Amy Zane tag.

Boulder opals have natural fire in any kind of light, and are more subtle in darker environments.

The necklace will be shipped first class USPS mail with insurance and will arrive in gorgeous Amy Zane packaging. Due to the complex nature of international shipping, extra shipping charges may apply to international orders.

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