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Australian Opal Pendant Necklace Round 18K Rose Gold Seawater Pearl Jewelry

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Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Lanciajewelry
Model Number: XSN100367

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Minimum Order Quantity: 3
Price: Negotiation
Packaging Details: Jewelry Box
Delivery Time: 3-5 works day for stock items
Payment Terms: Western Union, T/T
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Detailed Product Description
Jewelry Type: Opal Jewelry Sets Pearl Color: Gray
Pearl Type: Seawater Pearl Shape: Start
Stone Color: Blue Opal Size: Approx 4mm

 

 

Australian Opal Pendant Necklace Round 18K Rose Gold Seawater Pearl Jewelry
 
 
Item Details:

  • Metal: 18K Solid Gold

  • High Polish Finish

  • Stamped Au750

  • 100% Genuine Opal/Pearl

  • Necklace Length: 16-18 Inch (Adjustable)

  • Pearl Size:8-8.5mm

 

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Australian Opal Pendant Necklace Round 18K Rose Gold Seawater Pearl Jewelry
 
Australian Opal Pendant Necklace Round 18K Rose Gold Seawater Pearl Jewelry
 
 

Australian blue opal

As the name suggests that these opals comes from Australia and their color ranges in color from blue-white to deep blue. According the astrologers Australian blue opal is enhancing communication skills.

Sources of Opal

Australia is homeland of world opals as 95% of the world’s precious Opal comes from Australia. Some of the most precious and famous Opals have mined from Australia including the Olympic Australis, Flame, Queen Opal Andamooka Opal and the Halley’s Comet Opal.

Other famous sources of opal is United States, Ethiopia, Brazil, and Mexico (where the famous ‘Fire Opal’ is mined).

 

Superstitions about opal

Opal was considered very lucky stone during the middle ages. It was thought that this stone can bring great luck because it was believed to possess all the virtues of each gemstone whose color was present in the play of colors in opal.

 

Famous Opals in History

Olympic Australis

It is the world’s largest and most valuable opal to the time. It is currently valued at AUD $2,500,000. The name is given because it was found in Australia and during the Olympic Games were held in Melbourne at the time. It comprises of 99% gem opal with an even color throughout the gemstone. The stone has not been cut or polished and left in natural organic condition. The world largest opal, Olympic Australis weighs 17,000 carats (3450 grams). Currently the opal is present in Melbourne.

 

Andamooka Opal

The Andamooka Opal was discovered in Andamooka, South Australia, which is an historic opal mining town. This opal went famous in 1950’s when it was presented to Queen Elizabeth II in on her first visit to Australia. Later the stone was cut and polished by John Altmann to a weight of 203 carats (41 g) and was set with diamonds into an 18 carat palladium necklet. Andamooka Opal displays a magnificent array of colors such as red, blue, and green.

 

Burning of Troy

This is a historical opal and there it is long story of appearance and disappearance behind this opal. It is also known as Napoleon’s Black Opal. Emperor Napoleon gave this opal to his wife and Empress Josephine de Beauharnais. This is one of magnificent Black Opal of history. It is special because of its flashing crimson fire in its dark depths and because of this it is also named as ‘Burning of Troy’.

 

Once in the history the “Burning of Troy” was the largest Black Opal in the world weighing 700 carats in cut form. It attracted much attention because of its beauty and Josephine wore it often. After the death of Josephine in in 1814, the Burning of Troy Black Opal disappeared. It remained hidden for 100 years during first World War. At that time it was valued at over $50,000.

The Opal passed from the sight again at the outbreak of World War II and has not been seen in public since.

 

 

Australian Opal Pendant Necklace Round 18K Rose Gold Seawater Pearl Jewelry

 

Difference between Freshwater and Saltwater Pearls

Freshwater pearls are grown in mussels that live in saline free water such as lakes and rivers. Saltwater pearls are grown in oysters in saline water such as oceans and seas.

 

Comparison between Freshwater and Saltwater Pearls:

 

 

Freshwater Pearls

Saltwater Pearls

Type of water

Fresh, saline free water

Saline water

Bodies of water

Lakes, rivers, streams

Oceans and seas

Type of mollusk

Mussels

Oysters

Shapes

Round, Oval

Round, lumpy, natural looking, baroque, drop

Price

Cheaper compared to saltwater pearls

More expensive because of their larger size and more luster

Colors

White, cream, pink, lavender, and copper

Cream and white

Number of pearls produced at one time

Can be up to 50 pearls

Can produce between 1-3

Time

4-6 years

6 to 18 months

Nacre layer

Thicker layer of nacre

Thinner layer of nacre

Luster

Less lustrous

More lustrous

Size

Less than 7mm

Can be more than 7mm and tend to be bigger in size

 

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