Boulder Opal Collections
Create a Parcel
Opals in this collection can be paired together to create a great value boulder opal parcel. When you purchase 2 or more opals from our 'Create a parcel' category, you receive a 15% discount on them. Prices are calculated at checkout.View collection
We love our natural solid boulder opal pairs and we know you do too! Just like our opal splits, to get sister or matching pairs is always a challenge. We cut pairs based on matching shapes, colours or patterns, and if we are lucky, all three. The boulder opals in this collection are perfect for creating opal earrings, opal cuff links and more.
There is something really special about creating opal sets that feel like they belong together. Sometimes they belong together because they are from the same host rock or are 'sister stones', other times they just compliment each other in surprising ways. Oh, and did we mention they are great value too?
Show me Splits
This collection holds all our beautiful boulder opal splits and they make stunning display pieces. These specimen pairs fit together because they were originally part of the same host rock. We then split them open and polished the opal inside. To have sister pieces that have opal on both side is unusual. To have twin pieces that match or mirror each other is quite rare.
Perfect for Rings
Opals in this collection are the perfect sizes for creating opal rings. Whether you have something dainty and petite in mind, a big cocktail ring, or something in between, we have you covered. Now you just have to choose...
Unusual Colour Combinations
Whether it is pink and turquoise opal, or a white potch contrasting with bright rainbow colours, we love unusual colour combinations in our opals. We hope you do too!
We love when the combination of an opal's shape, colours and inclusions create the impression of abstract pictures and landscapes. The boulder opal picture stones in this collection all have that special quality that makes them mini-pieces of art.
Opals in this collection are all about ocean tones and hues. Colours range from sea greens, turquoises, emerald greens and tropical blues. And we love them all.View collection
Magical Matrix Opals
Matrix opal is a term to describe natural opals found in one piece where the opal is intimately infused as infillings, pores or holes or between grains of the host rock in which it was formed. And yes, we do find them all pretty magical!