2.70 Carat Original and Certified Australian Opal Stone Earings with high fire.
Seven Opal is the leading producer of Original & Certified Australian Opals in Free sizes and Calibrated sizes. Seven Opal holds our own mining in Coober Pedy Australia. As, we are direct importers of Fire Opals from Australian Mines, hence we are able to provide best quality opals at best wholesale price all over the World. We specialize in mining, cutting, polishing and grading of Australian Opals. We make free sizes as well as calibrated sizes from 1.5 mm to 10 mm rounds, 3×4 mm, 3×5 mm, 4×5 mm, 5×6 mm, 6×8 mm, 7×9 mm, 8×10 mm and more. Shapes like Round, Oval, Pear, Marquise, Octagon, Diamond cut, Rectangle, Square and many more sizes. Seven Opal guarantees Natural and untreated opal stones as all our stones are certified by Government registered Laboratory. We also design customized Rings, pendants and Jewelry.
Benefits & How to buy
Seven Opal provide exclusive Australian Opal with fire for Astrology in India. We supply our Opals directly to the clients through our website www.sevenopal.com. Seven Opal keep Australian Opal of sizes from 2 ratti to 20 ratti and other custom size also. We keep fire opal ranging from Rs.200 per ratti to Rs 5000 per ratti. Fire adds Life, Beauty and Power to the Opal Stone. An Opal without fire is lifeless and looks like a plain marble. As the Fire increases, the price of Opals increases. We supply fire opal in colors of green, red, blue, yellow, orange and rainbow color fire also in different fire patterns like pin fire, patches of multi colors, flashes of red & green fire.
Seven Opal can also customize white opal cutting as according to the client need. We can get the certificate for origin and natural Australian Opal from IGI and other authorized semi precious gem testing laboratories. Seven Opal have leading Opal Dealers and Opal Suppliers linked with us who are regularly buying Australian fire opal from us.
This is original & certified 2.70 Carat Australian Opal ring because we are certified member of Opal Association of Australia.