Friday, 14 June 2013

Rare Black Opal on Sale for $3 Milion

Rare Black Opal on Sale for $3 Milion

Black Opal that Bobby was in possession of a 14 year old Australian miner, will debut this month at the Couture salon for high-end jewelry at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas. Expected to reach 3 million.
Called the Real One, 306 carats of gem quality black opal is almost twice the size of the Aurora Australis, found in 1938, which was valued at $ 1 million in 2005.

The miner, who wants to be known only by his first name, said he found the real deep in a bucket opal rough, uncut, and quality found only by accident. "I had foam on it like an opal poor quality and when I did, I saw the bottom of the opal good quality," said Bobby.
While in New York, Bobby met Australian-born, New Mexico-based designer Katherine Jetter opal, which has a relationship of trust with several of his companions Bobby opal mining at Lightning Ridge. Ms. Jetter organized opal be on display at Couture jewelery annual Luxury Wynn Las Vegas.
The Black Opal attract potential buyers and collectors of minerals and private entrepreneurs in the United States, Russia and Saudi Arabia.

The Royal One - 306 carats Black Opal

Nicknamed “the Royal One,” the opal was discovered in Lightning Ridge, Australia — the only place in the world known to produce the highly coveted black opal