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BLACK OPAL
The rarest and most valuable of all Opals is the Black Opal which can be found in Lightning Ridge in NSW. These precious Opals depict a play of colour unlike any other gemstone and are characteristically dark in colour with flashes of various other colours.


WHITE OR LIGHT OPAL
White Opals are found mainly in South Australia and are perhaps the most common of all precious Opals. They have a white milky background ranging to almost translucent with a play of colours including red, green or blue.


BOULDER OPAL
Boulder Opals are mainly found in Queensland and have a similar appearance to Black Opal, however they form naturally on ironstone or ¡°boulder¡±. Often Boulder Opals are cut with their ironstone as part of a solid piece.


DOUBLETS OR TRIPLETS
Doublets and triplets are layered Opals. Doublets have two handcrafted layers consisting of a layer of dark Opal, with ironstone backing. Triplets have three layers, onyx on the bottom layer, an Opal layer in the middle and a crystal cover on the top which also protects the stone.

At Reverie, all our Opals come with a Certificate of Authenticity and our staff would be delighted to help you choose an Opal that fits within your budget and heart¡¯s desire. Go back | Next page