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About Pink Opal

Natural pink opal has no play of colour and is a mixture of opal, palygorskite and chalcedony.

Nicknamed the 'pink Andes opal', the soft pinks of this opal are appreciated as an environmentally friendly alternative to conch pearls as well as pink coral. Today, Peru is the major producer of this most feminine opal variety.

Facts:

  • Mohs Hardness: 6
  • Chemistry: SiO2.nH2O
Natural pink opal has no play of colour and is a mixture of opal, palygorskite and chalcedony. Nicknamed the 'pink Andes opal', the soft pinks of this opal are appreciated as an... read more »
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About Pink Opal

Natural pink opal has no play of colour and is a mixture of opal, palygorskite and chalcedony.

Nicknamed the 'pink Andes opal', the soft pinks of this opal are appreciated as an environmentally friendly alternative to conch pearls as well as pink coral. Today, Peru is the major producer of this most feminine opal variety.

Facts:

  • Mohs Hardness: 6
  • Chemistry: SiO2.nH2O
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