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Triplet Water Damage 
Hello, after flooding at home my collection of about 30 triplet opals (the slice of opal with clear cap) 8x6mm are now white and cloudy and you can see …

Solid Crystal Opal in Swimmng Pools  
Can I wear my solid crystal opal pendant (from Lightning Ridge) in a swimming pool and a warm mineral springs pool?

What Is An Opal Doublet? 
Question: Hello! Your opal creations are really lovely. I have a question. I notice that you describe some of your stones as doublets. Others are …

Solid or Doublet Opal? Not rated yet
I recently bought what was sold as a solid natural cabochon Opal. When I look at it the top has lovely flecks of orange green and red in it but if …

How Thin Can A Doublet Be Made ? Not rated yet
I wanted to place a thin oval doublet in an oval ring bezel and I would need a very slim - say 1 mm thick doublet. Is this a possible thickness …

Can Opal Absorb Water ? Not rated yet
Question: I was working with a piece of Crystal Opal. It showed nice blue flash when I backed it with black. Using wet or dry I prepared it …

Caring For An Opal Not rated yet
Hello, I would like to know about caring for opal. Does it change if it's already set from an opal that's not set? Is their a difference from an …

What Is Semi-Black Opal? Not rated yet
I have become increasingly fascinated by opals and am trying to learn as much as possible about them. I have bought some beautiful solid black opals,which …

Does Opal Have a Standard Like Diamonds? Not rated yet
Question: Is there a standard like the colors D,E,F,G,H, etc. in diamonds where an opal stone is compared to a known standard? Answer: There …

Is Solid Opal better than a Doublet in Jewelry ? Not rated yet
Questions: In jewelry, why is a solid opal better than a doublet of identical appearance - (other than psychological). I mean, people never take …

What Is A Black Opal ? Not rated yet
Question: What is it exactly that distinguishes a black opal from other opals ? Can an opal be dark and not be a black opal? Answer: If …

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