Discover Australian Opals and South Sea Pearls at Sydney’s “best-kept secret” Australian Opal Cutters and Pearl Divers. With over 35+ years of experience and expertise, our 3rd generation family business serves customers from all over the globe. You will feel one hundred percent safe in the knowledge that you are making an informed decision on an investment that will bring lifetime joy for you and your loved ones.
We have one of the opal largest ranges in the Southern hemisphere: Australian Black Opal, Australian Boulder Opal, White Opal, Crystal Opal, doublets and triplets. We also specialise in exquisite loose and set South Sea and Pure Pearls, with a stunning range of pearl bracelets, necklaces, and rings.
When you buy jewellery you want to shop with someone who has an international reputation for providing exceptional opals and pearls at very affordable prices. We specialise in high calibre stock at low prices, buy in bulk, cut and polish from the rough gem material, and set opals in our own workshop. Our unique workshop is not a standard retail shop, therefore our overheads are a fraction of the cost of running a shop front retail store, which helps us present great stock at affordable prices.
Enjoy exploring our range on our online store, and you are very welcome to visit our workshop in Sydney. Our address is: Level 3, 295-301, Pitt Street, Sydney NSW, and contact number (02) 9021 8000.
"Black opal" is a term used for opal that has a dark body color, often black or dark gray. The term is also used for opal that has a dark blue or dark green body color. The dark body color often makes the fire of black opal more obvious. ... It was mined at Lightning Ridge, Australia, the "Black Opal Capital of the World".
Boulder Opal is a unique and beautiful opal found in Queensland, Australia. It is easily identifiable because it is a mixture of ironstone and opal either in a matrix or layered. Every stone is unique and they are arguably the most affordable opal available.
"Light opal" and "white opal" are terms used for opal material that has a white, yellow or cream body color. This is the most common body color for precious opal. These stones were cut from material mined at Coober Pedy, South Australia. They are calibrated 8 x 6 millimeter cabochons.