I love how Koroit Opals are split with a hammer. It's so unexpectedly magical how each one splits and what hidden magic is revealed. You wack the stone, and you never know what you are going to get.
"The Koroit opal field is an opal mining area in Paroo Shire in South West Queensland, Australia. Koroit is close to the town of Yowah, which also produces a similar type of Opal. The Koroit opal field is known for the very distinctive type of boulder opal that is found in its mines." Wikipedia
A small rose-cut Amethyst adorns the hand, like a ring.
One of a Kind, cannot be recreated once sold.
How incredible is this Opal? I love
Material Composition: Sterling & Mini Brass Screws
Stone(s): Opal & Amethyst
Measurements: 2 7/8" long x 1" wide