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    LadyNine
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    Pennsylvania

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    LadyNine
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    LadyNine
    Panel Ambassador
    Pennsylvania

    For those who don’t know, Lightning Ridge in Australia is the main source for black opals. Black opals have a dark background, as opposed to a white one like we normally see, and the Lightning Ridge opals are famous for a beautiful play of color on that dark background.

    Black opals are pretty rare. When they form, they form in a darker quartz-like layer that brings more refraction to the top of the opal, so you can see a vivid display of color. In most opals, red is the most sought-after flash of color, though greens and orange and even blue are pretty common.

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    Host Michelle
    Panel Founder
    New York

    Oh wow! I haven’t seen black opals before! It looks blue to me :heart:

    I’m glad they set this in 14k gold :nod:

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