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Precious Ethiopian Opal
Shown above is a large specimen of Ethiopian Opal. This opal weighs 88.66 grams (443.30 carats) and has dimensions of 60 x 59 x 34 millimeters (2.4 x 2.3 x 1.3 inches). This piece contains a spectacular color shimmer of red, blue, yellow, and green flashes. It is a mostly transparent crystal opal with a white base coloration. This piece is likely gem grade for cutting, but may need stabilization first. This opal was mined in the Welo region of Ethiopia. Opals are a very rare gemstone which…
Large Ethiopian Opal Specimen
Shown above is a large specimen of Ethiopian Opal. This opal weighs 199.6 grams (998 carats) and has dimensions of 78 x 58 x 51 millimeters (3.1 x 2.3 x 2.0 inches). This is a large opal! This piece contains a spectacular color shimmer of red, blue, and green flashes. This piece is likely gem grade
How To Dig Your Own Crystals
When we were kids, we all kinda wanted to be archaeologists right? Or was that just me? Well, you actually can dig your own crystals. In this post I'm going to explain ways you can dig your own crystals. What Is Crystal Digging? Crystal digging, aka rockhounding, is where you go out in nature and find your own crystals and gemstones. It can be every bit as exciting as it sounds. To find your own crystals in nature is a great activity. It can also be a bit challenging. I'm here to talk about…
Boulder Opal Specimen
~7 x 4.5 cm. Australia. I'd thrown this into a box of not very interesting specimens. There must not have been much light around when I made that decision! Turn this stone a little and the blue bands fade as the bright golden yellow bands show up (see next photo).