Australian Boulder opal is an opal that has the host ironstone rock forming naturally as part of the gem. There are often inclusions in the opal layer and because the layer follows the contours of natural ironstone the shape is often much undulated. The irregular shape of boulder opal makes it a designer’s delight and most pieces of jewelry using boulder opal are very unusual.
Boulder opal is an opal that has the host ironstone rock forming naturally as part of the gem. There are often inclusions in the opal layer and because the layer follows the contours of natural ironstone the shape is often much undulated. The irregular shape of boulder opal makes it a designer’s delight and most pieces of jewelry using boulder opal are very unusual.
Boulder opal is an opal that has the host ironstone rock forming naturally as part of the gem. There are often inclusions in the opal layer and because the layer follows the contours of natural ironstone the shape is often much undulated. The irregular shape of boulder opal makes it a designer’s delight and most pieces of jewelry using boulder opal are very unusual.
Australian Boulder opal is an opal that has the host ironstone rock forming naturally as part of the gem. There are often inclusions in the opal layer and because the layer follows the contours of natural ironstone the shape is often much undulated. The irregular shape of boulder opal makes it a designer’s delight and most pieces of jewelry using boulder opal are very unusual.

Australian Boulder Opal Ring - 101

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Australian Boulder Opal set in sterling silver rhodium plated ring unusual and unique 3 dimensional stone shape. 

Origin stone: South West Queensland, Australia.

Size: "P 1/2"