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Boulder Ring set in 18K W GOLD1.86 ct with 19 Di total 0.36ct

Boulder Ring set in 18K W GOLD1.86 ct with 19 Di total 0.36ct



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Boulder Opal was first discovered in a small town called Blackall in central Queensland, Australia in 1869. Many discoveries were made during the 1870’s but it wasn’t until the 1890’s when boulder opal was introduced in Europe and has gradually gained its name & its value in the gem industry. Boulder opals are easily distinguished by their layer of solid brown ironstone left on the back of the stone. Boulder opals, as the name suggests, are mined from large ironstone boulders under the ground. Thin veins of colourful opal forms in cracks and fissures in these boulders. Arguably the rarest of all Opal gems Boulder Opal is a diminishing resource (which means it is genuinely running out). Each Opal is unique, each Australian Opal Cutters gemstone is hand-carved from 'veins' of Opal colour that ebb and flow through the heart of the ironstone. A Boulder Opal ring is a genuinely unique, individual and collectible piece of bespoke Jewellery! Boulder Opal rings in silver, gold, white gold or platinum are absolutely stunning. Because each Boulder Opal has a unique shape and colour each ring is individual and never to be repeated. This makes wearing a Boulder Opal ring a very precious and individual experience, and one that will always receive endless compliments and comments of admiration from friends and colleagues. Closer To The Throne is another milestone for Australian Opal Cutters. Learn about our Royal connection to the Royal Family and the "Boulder Opal" - A gift for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge by Australian Opal Cutters. Have your ring hand-designed, create a unique gift that is memorable and authentic!

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