Australian Opal - Triplets - "Heavenbound Colours (8 x 6 x 2 mm - 1.45 carats) - POC-0364

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This Australian colour explosion 'POC-0364' features a unique and super rare palette of colours. So you will find purple, orange, red, green and blue back. This Australian Triplet opal is rare in its provenance and depth of colour.

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Australian Opal - Triplets - "Heavenbound Colours (8 x 6 x 2 mm - 1.45 carats) - POC-0364

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This dazzling and incredibly rare Australian opal, found in Australia, exhibits an unprecedented range of colours. This particular opal has been formed into a triplet. This means the opal has been worked as follows: the triplet consists of 3 components, this is one stone (the back), wafer-thin cut opal and a polish layer for the shine. Why are these made like this? This is because the triplet is extremely suitable for incorporation into jewellery and it is a cheaper alternative with a beautiful colour palette. In addition, this opal is also extremely suitable as an addition to any collection.

  • Finest colour grade: Natural Opal, POC-0364;

  • Carat: 1.45 carats;

  • Colour: Red, orange, blue, green and yellow;

  • Shape: Oval;

  • Dimensions: 8 x 6 x 2 mm;

  • Clarity: Irresistible colour palette;

  • Cut quality: Triplets, amazing quality;

  • Origin: Australia;

  • Treatment: cut.

Nice to know: did you know that opals are a lot rarer than diamonds?
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An Australian opal is a rare find

The Australian opal is a spectacular and exceptional gemstone. You may even say that the Australian opal is among the rarest opals. Australian opals are mined directly from the Australian earth. These opals are highly sought after, this is because these particular opals display a spectacular and unforgettable play of colours.

The beautiful and deep colours of the Australian opal

Australian opal is known for its rich colour palette that spreads all over the stone. You can encounter different colours in the Australian opal, including: deep blue, green yellow, orange and even red shades. The play of colours in Australian opal never bores. Thanks to the colours displayed by Australian opal, it is one of the most sought-after stones in the world.

Are Australian opals suitable for jewellery?

Are you looking for an elegant necklace, a breathtaking ring or chic earrings? Australian opal is the perfect choice for any piece of jewellery. This is because of the natural beauty and diversity of the Australian opal. In fact, no opal is identical. This makes every piece of jewellery made completely unique.

How does Australian opal get its value?

Besides being beautiful, Australian opals are also incredibly valuable. This is because they are not only sought after for their play of colours but also for their rarity. When you add an Australian opal to your collection, you are actually adding an investment in beauty, rarity and luxury.


Specifications for: Australian Opal - Triplets - "Heavenbound Colours (8 x 6 x 2 mm - 1.45 carats) - POC-0364

  • Length 8 x 6 x 2 mm
  • Weight 1.45 carats
  • Colour full of colour
  • Location Australia
  • Year of discovery 2020

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