Australian Opal Cutters
20805210 Black Opal Pendant 65.95ct
This Black opal has a strong, deep blue base in which a spattering of green sits on top. The effect is similar to Claude Monet's painting of "Water Lilies." The green on top of the blue is as leaves sitting pensively on top of water. Patiently drifting in a feeling of calm surrender.
|Metal||18K White Gold|
|Accent Stones||30 Diamonds|
|Total Carat Weight||0.295ct|
"This is item 20805210, a 65.95ct, huge Black Opal. Very, very rarely do we get a Black Opal nobby that’s this big, so this is an extremely rare piece. Absolutely hart stopping piece. Look at the flashes of green on that rarely black gem quality base colour. 30 Diamonds totalling to a 0.295ct, embezzled set in 18K White Gold. What an exquisite piece, so graceful and so attractive round in any beautiful woman’s neck."
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