Opals found from anywhere in the world are normally found to contain only 5% to 6% of water compared to other sites that contain 10% to 12% of water. This means that the Brazilian Opal has a lower risk of cracking due to exposure to heat or sunlight. It has also been found that the Brazilian Opal is a little harder compared to other Opals.
Stone: Rare Brazil Opal Freeform
Weight: 8.560 ct
Dimensions: 23.02 x 15.52 x 4.46 mm
Treatment: None (Untreated)
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- Main Mineral/ Name Meteorite
- Rare Brazil Crystal Opal Cabochon
- Mineral Form/ Type Meteorite
- 23.02×15.52×4.46 mm
- 1.712 g
- Origin (Country)