Australian Opal Jewellery
Here are 20 examples of what's possible. These were all solid opals, which we personally cut, shaped, designed, set and then sold (to view 250 more examples click here).
With years of experience in dealing in opal jewellery and unset opals, serving both international tourists and locals, we know that what our customers want...
- Quality product
- Knowledgeable friendly staff
- A large selection to choose from, and...
- A reassuring money-back guarantee/warranty policy that gives our customers peace of mind.
The best decision we ever made
Opening up a museum next to the jewellery shop.
In 2009 We opened up a little Opal Museum next to the Jewellery shop. After 10 years, with the help of jewellery shop sales the museum has grown into a very special attraction with an impressive collection located in the same building as the jewellery shop. This year we decided that it was best to transition the Opal Museum into Not-for-Profit-Organization (called “Museum of Australian Opals”) . We hope this will allow the Museum to grow into a truly incredible experience! To visit the Opal Museum website - Click here
Where Do You Get Your Opals From?
The answer is everywhere and anywhere, as long as it’s good quality, 100% natural (solid) and a fair price. The bulk of my opal rough comes from one of five opal miners in Queensland, and a couple of miners in Lightning Ridge (NSW). However as I sit here (March 2023) and look around the shop, I see opal from everyone of the 17 opal fields in Australia. I love buying opal! - I'm just like most of my customers however, I've taken it to the extreme!
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Below Are Just A Few Of The Happy Customers Who Shopped In Store
Many Happy Customers! We started collecting photos from October 2017...
Amanda and her husband wanted a beautiful solid black opal as an eternity ring. They found a beautiful doulble sided black apal.
Gary and Becky above were from the USA. They had a nice collection at home and selected a natural matrix opal slide and a matrix (raw) specimen.
The gentelman from Brisbane above wanted something special for his wife and selected a beautiful solid boulder opal pendant.
Erich is a doctor from Germany and was in Brisbane Attending a conference above and purchased these solid black opal earrings for his wife.
Karenia is also a doctor and lives in Germany (photographed with her daughter). She was also here attending the conference. She selected for herself a beautful pair of boulder opal gold earrings.
Susan (above) treated herself to a magical boulder opal pendant and a bright blue loose opal which she is going to turn into a ring.
Ana selected a beautiful solid opal pendant silver for her mother in-law. They are on holiday from Columbia.
Vicky from England is visiting her daugher from England and they both spent hours in the Museum and ended up buying an opal each.
Kelvin bought Sonny a boulder opal pendant for her Birthday.
Why Me Being A Perfectionist Is Good For You!
When it comes to my business I strive for perfection. Especially when it comes to the jewellery. So when inspecting the jewellery, the item needs to…