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Rated 4 out of 5 by mariaosu303 One out of two
I purchased two of these stones. One was good with nice color going all the way through. The other was mostly white with the color only on one of the flat sides in a very thin layer. This is the only one of many of these opals I have received that was like that. Most of them are very beautiful.
September 4, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by shebaruby veryy small not much color
iwhen you show on tv it looks like a big rock, when i got it its a little pebble, dont know if i will keep it yet, not sure the pebble is worth almost 30.00!! no red in it like you show!
September 3, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by AuntYellie Ethiopian Opal Rough
This is going to be a gift for one of my brothers. He loves to collect unusual rocks and geodes,,, The piece I received looks nothing like the picture. However, it is obviously an opal. Even in the rough you can still see the colors in it and it has shine. I'm sure my brother will be very pleased..
December 2, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by grumpier55 OK stone but looked a lot better on TV. Much more blue.
September 3, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by blondie5 disappointing!
I was disappointed when I opened the package and saw the opal in the rough. It looked milky white with NO other color. I took it outside thinking it was the lighting....nope, it was colorless there. Then, I brought it inside and put it on a black surface (like you use on JTV). Nope. Still dull white. Sorry. This one's coming back to JTV.
July 3, 2012
Ethiopian Chalama Black Opal(Tm) Minimum 1.00ct Mm Varies Pear Shape Cabochon
Ethiopian Chalama Black Opal(Tm) Minmum 1.00ct Mm Varies Pear Shape Cabochon. Mined In Ethiopia And Cut In India. Born millions
of years ago in a land of once fiery volcanoes, Ethiopian precious opal from the Welo District have only ...