Semi-Black Opal Details
Mintabi opal. Mutli-flash red. Great fire in red, blue, green and yellow. A
killer stone. Not quite dark enough to be called a black opal. So many dealers
are calling these black opals now, because the black opals are so very hard
to find, and so expensive. But it really should only qualify as a semi-black.
6c. --- $800-------------#O801494---Sold
Mintabi opal. Multi-flash green. This opal was from the same stone as the one
above. It has more greens and yellows in it while the one above has a lot of
Semi-black opal from the Mintabi mine in Australia. Multi-flash with lots
of red and purple along with the greens, oranges and yellows. Very bright.
Mintabi opal. Blue/green pin fire. 2c. ---$200----------------#OP20417
|Semi-black Mintabi opal from Australia. The multi-colored flash in this one is fantastic, showing all colors of the spectrum. 3c ---$345--------#OP30452|
|Semi-black opal from the Mintabi opal mine in Australia. The colors in the flash fire are mostly in the blues, purples and reds. It is absolutely fantastic! 2c------$175--------#OP30453|
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