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Description: Description: Description: Description: Description: [ image ]There is really something extraordinary, rare and quite intangible about the Opal - a special feeling no other gemstone can in still in an observer. It is a stone, which conjures up mystical images within the depth of its flashing colours and sparkling brilliance.

The Opal is a treasure, a magical looking glass that lets us see the rare beauty of nature's own fireworks.

Colonial Opal is the largest opal specialist in Cairns, North Queensland. Colonial Opal takes great pride in delivering an extensive range of excellent quality solid Opals.

We have an alluring range of Black, Black Boulder and Light Opals from all of the Opal producing areas of Australia. To compliment this range, there is a selection of Triplet and Doublet composite Opals and Opal souvenir items.

With the help of our experienced and dedicated staff, we can design and manufacture that special piece of jewellery which reflects your own individuality. Alternatively you may choose from our comprehensive range of exclusive designs.

 

                       

                       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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