Koroit Opal Company sells uniquely patterned gemstones from Australia
German retailer Koroit Opal Company specializes in curating and selling Australian gemstones.
Koroit is not just the company’s namesake but a well-known opal mining region in Queensland. It’s also the name of the opal that comes from Koroit mines. The opal is famous for its deep color, eye-catching patterns, strong ironstone and pops of color. It is also known for its large size and economical price.
The company’s prices for its gems range from as low as $5 to as high as $4,370. The opal’s affordability has made it a popular choice for pendants, earrings, rings and other accessories among jewelers and customers alike.
With over 45,000 followers on its Instagram page, Koroit has received tons of praise on its products.
“A galaxy at your fingers,” one user wrote on one of the company’s posts.
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“These are outstanding,” another user wrote.
Swipe🌈✨ amazing boulder opals by @boulderopalbill 👏🏻👏🏻 from Yowah, Eromanga and Quilpie, Australia 📍 Available opals (boulder/matrix/black) ➡ Shop link in bio @koroit.opal.company Feel free to contact - have a good day☀ . . . . . . . #boulderopal #australianopal #opal #gemstone #goldsmith #mineral #geology
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About 95 percent of the world’s opal is located in Australia due to the continent’s unique geological formation. The formation of opal, which consists of silicon dioxide and water, can be traced back to roughly 140 million years ago, according to the International Gem Society.
Australia once had an inland sea rich with silica, otherwise known as the Great Artesian Basin. When weathering began to dissolve the silica 30 to 40 million years ago, holes in rocks collected the silica-rich water. These trapped silicates eventually formed opal as the water evaporated.
According to Koroit Opal Company, opal is associated with love, passion, desire and even eroticism. The stone is believed to intensify emotional states, release inhibitions and behave as an emotional stabilizer.
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