Opal is the birthstone of October, while they can be found across the world 95% of the world's supply originates from Australia. Opals are the gem of 14th wedding anniversaries and are a 5-6.5 on the Mohs scale.

There are five main categories: water opal, white opal, boulder opal, fire opal and black opal. Due to their softness, they are unsuitable for an engagement ring, or any ring to be worn every day as they are prone to chipping when knocked against hard surfaces. Utopian Creation's opals are sourced typically from South Australia and Queensland.

$1,220.00
Gemstone InformationItem ID: OAF392Gemstone type: OpalCarat Weight: 3.92ctDimensions (L,W,H): 16.06mm x 10.44mm x 4.83mmShape: Free FormColour: MultiIntensity: LightClarity: VS (Very Slightly Included)Treatment: NoneOrigin: Coober Pedy, South...
$850.00
Gemstone InformationItem ID: AOO247Gemstone type: OpalCarat Weight: 2.47ctDimensions (L,W,H): 11.86mm x 8.31mm x 5.51mmShape: OvalColour: Multicolour with orange reflectionsIntensity: MediumClarity: SI ( Slightly Included)Treatment: NoneOrigin:...
$460.00
1.01ct Australian Opal, Black - Oval Cabochon   Australian Black Opal from Lightning Ridge in Queensland is renowned around the world for its depth of colour no matter the lighting conditions and this lovely little cabochon is an excellent example...
$520.00
4.72ct Australian Oval Boulder Opal. Stunning blue Australian opal. Boulder opal is generally found in small slivers that are presented on their host rock. This helps to stabilize and keep strength in the opal.    These are photos of the...