Opal doublet Pendant
Field: Coober Pedy (Australia)
Stone Size: 7×5 mm
Metal: 14k white gold
Shipping : Free
Packaging: Gem pouch
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Member: American Opal Society.
Origin of this Opal
Coober Pedy is known as the largest opal field in the world.
It produces mainly crystal and white opal which are often presented either in the form of solid stones or as doublets and triplets.
In this case it’s a doublet which is a stone set in a dark background to give the opal are more dense bright appearance.
Opal Pendant 4045
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Opal Pendant Doublet
Delightful little blue green opal from Coober Pedy mines. Drop shaped opal pendant set in 14k white gold- FREE SHIPPING
Doublet Opal Description:
Opal doublets are created from natural crystal opal. They are a way of producing a really nice opal that has the same effect as black opal that can be used in jewelry.
Because the opal is not thick enough, it would be unstable to set in a ring (for example) so the opal is attached to a black opal or some other dark material that gives the opal both support and a dark background color that throws the color forward and gives the opal a more striking appearance.
Doublet opals are more affordable to the average person who may not be able to afford many thousands of dollars, and the great thing about it is that you would still be wearing a natural non synthetic opal that has the appearance of something very expensive.
Note: The Opal pendant comes dressed in a really nice velveteen jewelry box or gift pouch and the price of handling and shipping is all included in this price. There is no more to pay. Keep in mind too that our guarantee does not run out in a year. Please take a look at a list of happy customers who have given us some nice references.
Another free service: Keep in mind that we have a free ‘late gift’ service just in case you need it. Please ask about it in the blog below if you are buying this item for a gift and you have left it a little late to get to you on time. We can email the card to you for printing. Just give us the first names of the giver and receiver.
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