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GIA Jul 10
When forms, silica gel fills crevices in rock. As water evaporates, the silica is deposited in the form of tiny spheres. What do you think of this fire opal nodule in matrix? Photo: Robert Weldon/GIA. Gift of James L. Peach, Sr.
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St. Saviour's Junior Jul 13
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Collierley Primary Jul 10
We loved our whole school picnic today! What glorious grounds we have!
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Geology Tweets Jul 6
Amazing Purple Opalized Wood From Australia Amazing Geologist
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GIA 6h
This orangy brown Ethipian , weighing just over 10 carats, displayed a most unusual growth structure: a small patch of wavy “varve” banding much like one would expect to see in an . Read the study in the Spring 2018 issue of Gems & Gemology:
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Collierley Primary Jul 10
The children are now celebrating in their OPaL fun day following finding out that we achieved 100% in our OPaL assessment giving us the top award of PLATINUM!
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Prashant Mehra Jul 11
Replying to @prsmehra
Been using the car to get to work for about two months now (no tolls involved) and to my surprise it costs about half per week as it would on the bus with .
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Jane Bickley Jul 12
We just happened to pick up a Platinum OPAL play award today
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Moriah Benton Jul 12
Some Opal sketches from my SU test! . . . .
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Purple Valley Design Jul 14
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TGS Science Jul 13
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Sheldon Bloomfield Jul 12
One of our new exclusive pieces - Black Opal & Diamond Ring set in 18ct white gold.
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Ava Grace Cooper Jul 9
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Blue World Treasures Jul 5
Amazing Opal nodule from Australia Geology Wonders
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