Introducing the captivating and rare Spencer Opal, sourced straight from the rugged terrain of Idaho. This gemstone is a must-have for both crystal collectors and jewelry enthusiasts, seeking a truly unique and exceptional piece.
The Spencer Opal boasts a mesmerizing array of patterns and colors, including vibrant shades of red, orange, green, blue, and more. Each gemstone is completely unique, with its own individual pattern and characteristics that make it a standout addition to any collection.
In addition to its stunning appearance, the Spencer Opal is believed to hold significant healing properties. It is said to enhance creativity, energy, and emotional well-being while promoting positivity and happiness. Displaying this gemstone in your home or office is sure to create a sense of tranquility and enhance the atmosphere.
Our Spencer Idaho Opals are carefully selected for their natural beauty and quality, ensuring that you receive an exceptional gemstone. Whether you choose to showcase it as a specimen or set it in a piece of jewelry, the Spencer Opal is guaranteed to captivate the attention and admiration of anyone who sees it.
This rare and sought-after gemstone makes for a thoughtful and unique gift, sure to be cherished for years to come. Invest in a piece of natural wonder and magic today with a Spencer Opal from Idaho, and be amazed by its mesmerizing beauty and healing properties.
The majority of opals sourced from Spencer Idaho are not solid; instead, they consist of layers with a clear quartz top and a backing, commonly referred to as a triplet. Despite this, these opals offered by Miami Mining Co. are entirely natural and untreated. They have been cut and Polished by the Miami Mining Co. team.
Weight: 22 Carats (4.5 grams) – An approximate 20% of this gemstone is Opal and 80% is Matrix.
Size: 33.6mm X 14.3mm X 5.0mm (Widest Points)
Coloration: This opal has a rainbow pinfire pattern and broad flash pattern.
You will receive the exact item in the pictures above. The images and video were taken outside in the natural sunlight. Image or video has not been enhanced. Since natural stones are, by nature, imperfect, we make an effort to capture any flaws or inclusions in our photos. However, it can be challenging to photograph these imperfections, and some stones may have natural divots or cracks.