Australian Opal Cutters
20185015 ''Eddies" Boulder Opal Loose 33.58ct
This fantastic Opal is made up of inviting blues that pulls the viewer into an overarching sense of calm and serenity. A fantastic piece, not to be missed.
"This is item 20185015. When I first saw this Boulder Opal after it was cut, I was so impressed that it has this flow of water running over it’s surface. As if it was the edding of tide coming in and out, so I called it 'Eddies'. Not after my brother, but after the fact that the water is little eddies of currents. It is 33.58ct and a rare named stone."
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