Ring Opals.

Ring Opals.

Posted by on Jan 28, 2018 in Australian opal rings, Articles., opal ring, opal rings |

Ring Opals Images Of Australian Gemstones Set Into Handcrafted Opal Rings.   Ring opals images are all of handcrafted jewellery designs with all natural solid 100% guaranteed Australian opal gemstones, guaranteed solid opals with no treatment of any kind, with detailed description size and ct weight and with information on bodytone N System example black base or semi black or white bodytone base or crystal, also describing if the opal is with or without play of colour.    Detailed description of the opal image colours or if single colours. Description also the amount of gold percentage, each ring either solid silver or 18 ^ gold.  All opals are 100% guaranteed from the only official government Heritage opal mines and specialist in Australia Graham Black ring opals design jeweller .                                   Ring Opals Images Jewellery.       Ring opal image with very professional valuation certificate for the image above, this certificate will give you a very good idea of the retail shop price.   You know by the time my natural opals have been purchased off me for just over $3000 just like the opal ring above,  direct from me the miner the primary producer.  Now the middleman will take them overseas selling them to retail outlets, they have to outsource a goldsmith designers and then, pay one professional to provide a certificate from a gemologist specialising in opals.      Boutique jewellery rentals expensive and then the staff wages so you can see how much the cost has gone up if you need to replace for insurance purposes. This is a replacement certificate showing the value of the opal ring everybody pays for from there retail jewellery boutique . If lost and you need to replace the item ring using your insurance company, this is the cost the insurance company will have to reimburse you with, so you can pay to replace the ring very similar to this opal ring.  More opal jewellery images at Opal rings at Youtube Channel.     Some more Opal information : About Highest quality Opals must have very good highest dome cabochon with very thick colour bar, must have the best patterns examples the rarest patterns like harlequin, five out of five brightness with fire in and out of lights, predominantly red & multicolour bodytone black N1, must have a very clean back 100%.   The face front of the stone 100% clean no grey or white in the face, must be symmetrical cut. About 4.5 cts type will be priced by Jeweller’s about $25,000 U.S, in locations America Germany Beijing China,  Japan Tokyo in their special boutiques up $ more. When miners refer to “gem black opal quality and when purchase direct from the miners about $ 2000 ^ , for gem Australian black opal must have at least...

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Opal Natural Gemstones Pricing Guide.

Opal Natural Gemstones Pricing Guide.

Posted by on Jan 19, 2018 in about opals, Australian opal rings, Articles., How to price opals, opal ring |

Opal Natural Australian Opal Gemstone Educational Article, Opal Pricing Guide. Opal natural in rings and all opal jewellery from Graham Black is fully guarantee, with money back policy if opal does not fit the description. Policy 30 days only return policy you must pay for postage to Australia and be responsible for the opal until it reaches us. The opal sent back to us in the same condition as receive it in, and return the same opal back to Australia described for each individual jewellery item or gemstone.     Opals from Graham Black Opal specialist personal guarantee, 3 mile Heritage opal mine’s are recognised as having the finest quality, and most amazing opal ever discovered. Graham Black fully guarantees this is a natural Australian, black opal with no treatment of any kind, N1 bodytone with good play of colour. Graham also agrees totally with the lab testing certificate that this is a solid black stone, and all measurements size description ^ weight is correct.     Opal Natural Educational Article How To Prices Opals On Brightness. Here Is Two Very Good Examples Opals To Compare For Brightness Play Of Colour Or Fire For Jeweller’s and Goldsmith’s. The gemstone for sale is a on special to promote our business, amazing very good price because you can compare gemstones for yourself, the opal gemstone in the ring does not have as bright play of colour and is very much more expensive then the stone here for sale. Simply because the opal in the ring has only a semi-black opal set into the design. The opal on special is brighter because it has a 100% black bodytone N1 grouping the best. This certificate is for insurance replacement purposes also, certificate showing the value of the opal ring if lost and need to be replaced by your insurance company, where lab testing certificates do not show the retail value, only provides size description cts and stating natural or treated gemstone. More information about opal rings jewellery from Graham and his official Government state Heritage opal mine, from 3 mile rd in NSW and the capital of this state is Sydney Australia This opal natural no treatment of any kind and is much more expensive with similar brightness in full sun light, as the gemstone for sale about, and this opal with insurance replacement valuation is a little bit more brighter without light, then the opal for sale above. A great example because the black opal red multi colour has a certificate for insurance purposes, professional valuation replacement certificate showing the value of the opal if damage stolen or lost and need to be replaced by your insurance people.     There are many factors to valuing natural opal gemstones and many crystals and white opals along with semi-black can be brighter, have more fire then some natural black that only have very...

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BlackOpal Ring.

BlackOpal Ring.

Posted by on Nov 11, 2017 in Australian opal rings, Articles., Black opal jewellery, Black opal jewelry, Black opal rings, opal rings |

BlackOpal ring jewellery handmade opal ring.   BlackOpal ring possibly rarest gemstones on earth and black opals are in the top very rare minerals, there is a budget opal semiprecious and gem predominantly quality gemstone also that is one of the most expensive gemstones in the world. BlackOpal ring unfortunately this unique industry is facing a severe downsize and in the very near future there will be no supplies of good quality Australian black opals. The full story hear recently Graham was talking to many professional jewellers and shop owners that travel around the world, that purchase their gemstones at jewellery exhibitions that showcase rough and uncut material, but predominantly semiprecious and precious cut and polished gemstones. Also the latest jewellery designs are on display at all international jewellery shows, at Bangkok and Hong Kong and USA they all told Graham they rarely see Australian blackOpal rings any more. BlackOpal Ring Jewellery. BlackOpal ring jewellery from Australia has to compete with the low grade opals from the Country of Ethiopian, this opal rush strike of gemstones discovered in a very poor third world country in one of the poorest countries in Africa . Africa with no or very little environmental and safety standards like Australian government regulated including workplace and safety on labour. Indian multinational jewellery and gemstone factory owners travel to Ethiopia and purchase most of the uncut rough opals, virtually no environmental checks and balances in India also, factories with very cheap underpaid lower cast people cutting gemstones. India has lots of corruption the industry and jewellery business in Bangkok flooded with India cut opals, as the Indian manufacturers are taking over the industry in these countries. Graham thinks the Australian industry is slowly being destroyed because first world countries like Australia, Japan Singapore and many Scandinavian and western European countries have regulations such as environmental laws are very strong with first world safety and workplace regulations practices very strong. Australian black opal mining regulations are possibly the toughest in the world because small time exploration prospectors and primary producers are basically gambling thousands of dollars just to be allowed to start opal mining, State government payments cost going up all the time before you even start. About 95% of people will not make one dollar with a 50 x 50 m piece of government mining lease in the desert. Farmers can never make money off a 50 x 50 m piece of dirt, but miners we’ll keep the towns alive, miners go bankrupt even after 2 years expiration by then costs are in the tens of thousands of dollars all spent in town. So one-day shortly not even the government will make any money if something is not done quickly about the Australian black opals supply, and possibly many Australian opal mining towns will become ghost towns, common sense offices that regulate the industry need to...

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Opal Mine – Graham’s Heritage Opal Mine NSW Australia.

Opal Mine – Graham’s Heritage Opal Mine NSW Australia.

Posted by on Nov 10, 2017 in Australian National gemstone., Australian opal rings, Articles., Black opals, Graham Black, History of black opals, october birthstones, October gemstone, Opal mining, opals |

Opal Mine Industry update. Opal mine under current transitional arrangements, designated ancillary mining activities (AMAs) that were commenced or constructed before 15 November 2010 are exempt from needing to have an authorisation under the Mining Act 1992 (the Mining Act) until. Opal mine as you may be aware, in September 2017 the Division of Resources and Geoscience, Department of Planning and Environment (the Division) sought nominations from industry of communal mullock stockpiles (communal stockpiles) that may be suitable to be included in an extension to the transitional arrangements. Feedback was also sought from targeted landholder and community stakeholders. The Division received 281 submissions and 120 telephone enquiries. Extension of transitional arrangements for communal stockpiles. Opal Mine Lightning Ridge opal mine Australia. The use of communal stockpiles is important to reduce the environmental footprint of opal mining and the risk of random and/or illegal mullock stockpiling. At the same time, communal stockpiles represent a rehabilitation liability and need to be managed to be safe and stable. The current transitional arrangements regarding the use of 46 nominated communal stockpiles in the Lightning Ridge and White Cliffs mineral claims districts have been extended until15 November 2019. The extension applies to communal stockpiles that existed before 15 November 2010 and have been continuously used since that time. This will allow a long-term governance approach for communal stockpiles to be developed in consultation with industry, landholders and the community. Management of communal stockpiles including rehabilitation will be considered as part of this process. Opal Mine Australian State Heritage opal mine. Opal miners who are not authorised to stockpile mullock can continue to use the stockpiles covered by the extension without an authorisation until 15 November 2019. After this time all mullock stockpiles will need to be covered by an appropriate authorisation under the Mining Act. The extension of the transitional arrangements does not change opal miners’ responsibilities to comply with other requirements under the Mining Act or other legislation. In particular, opal miners will still need to have a landholder’s permission to access a communal stockpile on their land. Importantly, the extension of the transitional arrangements only applies to the use of communal stockpiles that are listed. Before using a communal stockpile, opal miners are strongly advised to check whether it is exempt from needing to have an authorisation, or risk being in breach of the Mining Act. A list of the communal stockpiles the extension applies to, maps showing the location of these communal stockpiles and a set of frequently asked questions can be found on our website. I look forward to your ongoing support to ensure the use and management of communal stockpiles achieves positive outcomes for industry, landholders and the environment. Kylie Hargreaves Deputy Secretary Division of Resources and Geoscience Opal mine guaranteed natural opal gemstones. Opal mine graham’s custom opal jewelry direct from his opal mine, with big Sale  On...

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Opal Ring Jewellery.

Opal Ring Jewellery.

Posted by on Sep 26, 2017 in Australian opal rings, Articles., opal ring, opal rings |

Opal ring jewellery with natural Australian opals  custom-made rings.   Opal ring jewellery and black opal gemstones from the most famous location in the world, from the only official government Heritage listed opal mines in Australia, from 3 mile big pit best quality black opals ever discovered in the world. Handmade black opal ring and black opal jewellery On Sale Now about 75% Off the same opal ring jewellery in your country, sale our goldsmith will work for you free very elaborate design if you purchase from this site one good commercial grade opal, then your entitlement one free very elaborate handmade jewellery, your own design made free personal handcrafted if you purchase one good commercial grade opal, then yes guaranteed design and all goldsmith work free, you will be provided with certificate clearly stating outline Australian natural opal, but the amount of gold that is needed and any other gemstones and materials will be at your cost.     Opal ring jewellery the most colourful amazing gemstone of all, and can be designed into rings with nice symmetrical designs and also the most artistic designs. This particular gemstone takes over 100 million years for mother nature to form such a natural organic masterpiece. And when master jeweller’s designers craftsmen work with top quality black opals regardless of the colour blue and green or orange and green black opals, and beautiful red with mixed colours when placed in the centre of the design and surrounded with beautiful little clear dazzling diamonds, wow one-of-a-kind true masterpiece but your opal ring is also unique regardless of the design. Unique because in your lifetime you will never see two opals the same, unlike the diamonds that are all identical that surround the opal ring, the diamonds are only placed in the design to an hands the electrifying colours of gem quality black. This particular gemstone can only be found in one location in the world Australia and only around about 100 km around one location in Australia in the state of New South Wales in the far north-west, about 60 km from the Queensland state border which also has beautiful dazzling opal throughout the state with strong intense colours, many jewellers will make your opal ring with this Queensland opal because the better quality black opal suppliers are very limited in top quality gemstone. Few reason why the black opal is more superior because it’s the most stable, and with much higher cabochon then Queensland gemstones, the mining areas in the state of South Australian were predominantly white and crystal is discovered, have high cabochon dome but lack the intense fire colours. Nevertheless if you prefer softer pastal colours, more elegant colours than the white and the crystal is perfect to purchase for your next opal ring. Opal Ring Jewellery.     There are so many designs to consider if you are...

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Opal Mining .

Opal Mining .

Posted by on Aug 29, 2017 in Australian opal rings, Articles., Lightning Ridge opal miners |

Opal mining information for the Australia Industry around Lightning Ridge.     I am writing to inform you of recent changes to the regulation of ancillary mining activities and a proposed extension of the transitional arrangements for communal mullock dumps. Ancillary Mining Activities (AMAs) AMAs are activities that are ancillary to, or support, mining operations such as opal puddling or the stockpiling of mullock. These activities were previously referred to as mining purposes. Recent changes to the framework for regulating AMAs came into effect on 27 June 2017 to clarify its operation and scope. The changes provide a transition period for AMAs established prior to 15 November 2010. Miners have until 14 November 2017 to seek authorisation through a mining lease or mineral claim, otherwise they will be in contravention of the Mining Act 1992. Communal Mullock Dumps In some areas, opal mining mullock is stockpiled in communal areas (known as ‘communal mullock dumps’). Communal mullock dumps are designated AMAs under the Mining Act 1992. The Department of Planning and Environment recognises that many titleholders are utilising communal mullock dumps to support their mining operations. The department is currently considering an extension to the transitional period for up to two years for communal mullock dumps that were established prior to 15 November 2010. The proposed extension will enable the department and miners to work together to ensure positive outcomes for industry, the community and the environment. Only communal mullock dumps that are nominated to the department and meet the requirements will benefit from the extension to the transitional period. How you can help We would like to hear from you about which communal mullock dumps should be included in the extended transitional period (provided they meet the criteria identified in the nomination form).   Opal mining information for the Australia Industry around Lightning Ridge.   A set of frequently asked questions is available on our website. If you have further questions please contact Division of Resources and Geoscience on (02) 4931 6578. I look forward to your support in helping us improve how mineral titles are administered in the opal mining and prospecting areas of NSW. Kylie Hargreaves Deputy Secretary Division of Resources and Geoscience 320 Pitt Street Sydney NSW 2000 | GPO Box 39 Sydney NSW 2001 | planning.nsw.gov.au By NSW Department of Planning and Environment, 320 Pitt Street Sydney NSW 2000.   Opal mining information for the Australia Industry around Lightning Ridge. Please visit the Government website.   Copy & Paste this link into your computer to go to  NSW Government website in Australia. http://www.resourcesandenergy.nsw.gov.au/miners-and-explorers/applications-and-approvals/mining-and-exploration-in-nsw/exemption-of-mining-purposes-requirement         Please be advised the previous email correspondence regarding the nomination of communal mullock dumps contained an incorrect email hyperlink. Completed nomination forms should be provided to the correct email address: mullock@industry.nsw.gov.au If you have further questions please contact Division of Resources and...

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Rings Jewellery.

Rings Jewellery.

Posted by on Aug 17, 2017 in Australian opal rings, Articles., opal jewellery |

Rings jewellery with multi colour Australian gemstones . Rings jewellery with very big savings for customers about 75% money off for the same handmade opal jewellery in your country, and fully guaranteed all natural Australian gemstone solid no treatment guaranteed 100% at the best wholesale prices. Insurance and postage free for rings jewellery 10 days to about 3 weeks for free postage delivery time depending on your country location. Rings jewellery purchase direct Australian gemstones from the most famous location in the world, the only Heritage listed opal mining location in the world and Graham was the last professional producer to work, this special place named the 3 mile mine’s Lightning Ridge and discovered the last deposit of the best quality opals. Now depleted of its natural amazing resources. 3 mile had the most amazing quality gemstone of it’s type with amazing patterns, and now the government has officially Heritage listed this area in Australia. Rings jewellery location has scientific value as Lightning Ridge is the only place in the world where Palaeontologists have found opal fossil dinosaur remains, amazing history about this gemstone as indigenous Australians are possibly the oldest indigenous aboriginals in the world, their history states lightning and there dream time legend, the rainbow serpent made this magnificent multi color gemstone when touched the earth. Palaeontologist have announced this gemstone was formed over 100 million years ago, and now next door to this location there is under construction official Australian State government museum, that will have on display when finished remains left over of skeletons teeth’s of dinosaurs with this amazing multi colour rainbow gemstone fused into the remains, how did this amazing event happen well at the Museum there will be all the information on the displays by the Sydney museum palaeontologist section. Rings Jewelry. Rings jewellery handmade by goldsmith with this amazing gemstones from the most famous location in the world on line now, wow great investment gold and silver and gemstones and all handmade jewellery, so buy on line and save a fortune as most jewelers and shops and unfortunately, goldsmiths most time have to add on a lot of extra cost money to you, simply because 99% of jewelers around the world including in your country cannot price polished these gemstones, let alone price then straight out of the ground. Save another cost here insurance valuation replacement certificate for opal rings jewellery free certificate, with every purchase stating genuine solid no treatment of any kind, save hundreds of dollars another cost up to a couple hundred dollars for every gemstone highly polished ring to be price with excepted International certificate. Goldsmiths including designers retail shop and wholesale jewellers cannot tell the difference between synthetic diamond and natural diamonds, because the Russian synthetics diamonds are not detectable by the professional eye. Amazing but even diamond experts have then tested by internationally recognised be...

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