Australian Opal designer cabochon, 3.5ct, 7.5x24.3x2.3, free form, stable (O42091)
Solid Australian Opal Designer Cabochon
Origin: Coober Pedy, SA, Australia
Colors: Gray based opal with red, green, blue colors. Lots of color you can't see in my pictures.
Characteristics: Best polish front and sides, back flat and unfinished, slight dome, natural untreated, cut and dry for many years, no cracks. Flashes all colors when moving. Would make a beautiful ring or pendant.
Pictures taken to show the color when it's oriented. Pictures taken under a 5000k fluorescent light, back semi finished.
I was going to use this in my jewelry but I'm retiring.
Approx size: 7.5x24.3x2.3, weight: 3.5 ct.
I use a full spectrum 45 w light bulb - photography photo CFL 5500K. It is a daylight balanced pure white light.
I use a 24 mm coin and 10 mm squares in my pictures to help with image sizing.
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