$3.95
So pretty and rare from the Andes Mountains found only near San Patricio in Peru. If you can't go there, enjoy a rough piece of Blue Opal stone from the magnificent peaks where the native South American Indians have used it for over a 1000 years. The blue color is like the Caribbean Sea, a soft, watery blueish teal with soft pearly translucency and brown to grey matrix stone in layers or swirls. Some pieces have a more milky green-blue hue to them. The size shown in the pictures is Medium Large to Large. Actual sizes are progressively smaller or larger according to the chart below.

Choose from 8 sizes:

XSmall = Approximately 1 - 4 gm (.50")
Small = Approximately 5 - 8 gm (1")
Medium = Approximately 9 - 14 gm (.90" - 1.3")
Medium Large = Approximately 15 - 25 gm (1.3" - 1.7")
Large = Approximately 26 - 35 gm (1.7" - 2")
XLarge = Approximately 36 - 50 (1.9"- 2.5")
XXLarge = Approximately 51 - 70 gm (2.4" chunky)
Jumbo = Approximately 71 - 90 gm (2.5" - 3")

This listing is by weight, so dimensions may vary and are averaged.
Andean Opal grows in thin layers so you will often see a layer of matrix in between the layers or on the outside edge.

These are wonderful specimen stone to enjoy as is, or you can use it for lapidary work or wire wrapping for jewelry.

These incredible pieces can be used as healing stones for laying on the body, kept in a bag under the pillow, for jewelry and crafting projects and for medicine bags or wheels. It naturally has inclusions or layers of dendritic or oxide minerals that are unique talismans from the mountains. I high recommend this crystal for meditation, scrying, prayer and divining of any kind.

Valued in South America as a magical stone of love and calming relaxation, Opal is also the national stone of Peru and much loved for its beauty and healing legends.

Heavenly! 1 Andean BLUE OPAL Select Size Rough Raw Chunk Slab Specimen Healing Crystal and Stone #OB08

$3.95
$3.95
So pretty and rare from the Andes Mountains found only near San Patricio in Peru. If you can't go there, enjoy a rough piece of Blue Opal stone from the magnificent peaks where the native South American Indians have used it for over a 1000 years. The blue color is like the Caribbean Sea, a soft, watery blueish teal with soft pearly translucency and brown to grey matrix stone in layers or swirls. Some pieces have a more milky green-blue hue to them. The size shown in the pictures is Medium Large to Large. Actual sizes are progressively smaller or larger according to the chart below.

Choose from 8 sizes:

XSmall = Approximately 1 - 4 gm (.50")
Small = Approximately 5 - 8 gm (1")
Medium = Approximately 9 - 14 gm (.90" - 1.3")
Medium Large = Approximately 15 - 25 gm (1.3" - 1.7")
Large = Approximately 26 - 35 gm (1.7" - 2")
XLarge = Approximately 36 - 50 (1.9"- 2.5")
XXLarge = Approximately 51 - 70 gm (2.4" chunky)
Jumbo = Approximately 71 - 90 gm (2.5" - 3")

This listing is by weight, so dimensions may vary and are averaged.
Andean Opal grows in thin layers so you will often see a layer of matrix in between the layers or on the outside edge.

These are wonderful specimen stone to enjoy as is, or you can use it for lapidary work or wire wrapping for jewelry.

These incredible pieces can be used as healing stones for laying on the body, kept in a bag under the pillow, for jewelry and crafting projects and for medicine bags or wheels. It naturally has inclusions or layers of dendritic or oxide minerals that are unique talismans from the mountains. I high recommend this crystal for meditation, scrying, prayer and divining of any kind.

Valued in South America as a magical stone of love and calming relaxation, Opal is also the national stone of Peru and much loved for its beauty and healing legends.
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