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Canadian Precious Opal

Canada

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50 ~ 100 / Pound Get Latest Price

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50 per Pound

5 Pound

Box

5-20 days

75 Pound per Month

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Product Specification

Gemstone Type : Natural Gemstone Material : Opal Optical Special Effects : Opalescent/Opalescence Brand Name : - Gemstone Color : - Gemstone Shape : - Gemstone Size : - Gemstone Weight : - Treatments Applied : -

Product Description

I have bulk parcels available of Precious Opal mined from B.C. Canada. Opal is stable and ready to used for Lapidary purposes. Most of the opal is still in the matirx host rock Basalt. Yet there are rich veins with solid chunks with tons of flash still trapped and ready to be cut out.

I also carry blue- greyish phantom agates, some with bands. Some open up to crystal cavites, please inquire for more information regarding Opals or Agates.

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Contact Person : Travis

Company:Pin Point Prospecting

Address:British Columbia, Canada,

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Travis < Pin Point Prospecting >
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