Our online store will be open for the next 6 days so race in and start shopping!
We will be closed from the 5th – 13th of October for our school holiday break.
We thought we had better be nice and play with the kids so they will be kind when they choose our nursing home later:)
If you don’t see exactly what you want please message.
As a child I was always fascinated by rainbows after the rain, they were so beautiful to me.
It’s little wonder really that as I grew older I fell in love with opals.
The rainbow is a meteorological phenomenon that is caused by reflection, refraction and dispersion of light in water droplets resulting in a spectrum of light and colors appearing in the sky.
Opals are another colorful wonder! They are unique compared to other gemstones. Its the regular array of tiny balls of silica in opals that diffract light and show off rainbow colors.
Hope to chat with you soon!
Hello Opal Lovers,
Spring is here and we are loving all the seasons colours! We wanted to let you know if you are wanting to update your jewellery box with some of your own fresh colours then shop with confidence on our new updated website. To say thank you for shopping we are offering a 5% discount to customers on all our stock for the next 2 weeks.
To claim your discount please use ‘spring5’ as your code.
Looking forward to hearing from you soon.
I have been collecting opal since 1986 from all different opal fields so I’m bound to be able to find something special for you!
Whether it’s the dark base blue, green opal that catches your eye or the brilliant crystal reds,
your only problem is going to be choosing:)
This one was taken when my brother Kent was mining at ‘ 8 mile’ in Coober Pedy.
We are sitting on the top of his 40 Ton excavator. I was visiting that week to film the documentary
‘Coober Pedy Opal Capital Of The World’. Lucky for us, Dad and Kent and Milton found opal that day and it’s all on film!
This is my favorite photo of my brother Kent. He looks so happy because they had just struck opal!
Kent and Bob had been mining in Coober Pedy for months and months in the extreme heat and
swallowing fly’s, finally that day was pay day. Kent’s laughing at the opal Bob put in his mouth.
If you look closely you can see they have half dug out the two bands of opal protruding from the wall.
Every time I look at this photo is makes me smile.