Pacific Sapphire Diamond Cut Faceted Opal Stones
Pacific Sapphire Diamond Cut Faceted Opal Synthetic Stone: 5mm/6mm/7mm/8mm
PRIMARY COLOR: Blue
SECONDARY COLORS: Blue, Purple, Green
Pacific Sapphire Crushed Opal resembles the precious birthstone Sapphire that can be found in many corners of the world. This beautiful material pulls influences from the Pacific Ocean. The Opal is washed with soft blues from the water, blending earth’s greatest virtues and the oceans mysterious depths into one perfect stone.
What is Pacific Sapphire Synthetic Opal?
Pacific Sapphire Opal is a synthetic lab-made material that consists of Silica and Polymer rather than hydrated silica (natural opal). The polymer stabilizes our opal which in turn makes it easier for jewelry making. You will experience less cracking and crazing that can be detrimental when using natural opal in jewelry. By using a polymer it also creates a slightly softer product making it superior for turning and cabbing. Our crushed opal does not fall victim to color fading and is resistant to chemicals such as acetone and alcohol.
Our Synthetic Opal takes around one year to grow in a controlled environment. This a complex process of layering to create the unique color patterns. This complex process is used to then create a rough cut of synthetic opal that is then made into stones. The stones are cut and perfected into the many different sizes we offer. Due to the layering of vibrant bursts of color this makes each stone unique with it's own blend of colors and patterns.
Sizing and Quantities:
- Quantity: A quantity of "1" equals one loose stone
- Sizes: 5mm/6mm/7mm/8mm Stones
- Cut: Faceted Diamond Cut
- Packaging: Plastic Jar
The Uses Of Synthetic Opal Stones:
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