Black opal

Never put your opal in an ultrasonic cleaner. You can gently wipe an opal with your silver polishing cloth. Opals do not need to soak in water or oil.

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Fire opal

Never put your opal in an ultrasonic cleaner. Do not use a chemical solution on an opal. All you need to do is wipe your opal with water to remove any surface dirt.

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Opal triplet

Opal triplets are pieces of natural opal sandwiched between a carbon fiber backing and a quartz cap. This style of opal is the strongest and can be re-polished if scratched.

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Opal doublet

Opal doublets are a thin slice of opal adhered to a strong backing. They often have strong metal settings also. These opals need to be handled carefully since the top layer is natural fragile opal.

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Solid white opal

Opals are as fragile as glass and should be worn with care. Never put your opal in an ultrasonic cleaner. Do not use a chemical solution on an opal.

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