25 thoughts on “World’s rarest opal video: Part 2”

  1. Wow! FABOO on a whole new level. Gotta hear the whole story behind it! Wondering why it was locked away for so long. ?

  2. Beautiful… OMG…Justin I have held a opal that is near the exact same size and with the same intense fire in a black crystal.. I am looking at the pictures right now that I took of it last year.. The only problem with it is that it has a water content of near 13% and I believe if left out of water it will craze like crazy.. just the thought of letting it dry out is a massive worry. If I we had the nerve too let it dry out we would… Damn Virgin Valley opal… have yet to polish the skin off but the extreme fire shows through. I will send you some pics to your email.

  3. OMG! How magical is that. Amazing !! My husband and I caught Opal fever a few years ago. Can’t get enough of this beautiful gem. So,so, very special. No matter what colour it is we love them all. <3 <3

  4. The way it is chipped it looks like a piece of obsidian but with color, a lot of color. Very Cool. Thanks for sharing it with everyone.
    And thanks for educating everyone on Australian opal. You are a big asset to the industry.

    • Haha you should have heard the words that came out of my mouth when I held it for the first time. Some were indecent 🙂

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