Opal Info — Creation

Doublets and Triplets

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Doublets and Triplets

Not sure what a Doublet or a Triplet really is? There sure are lot of variations out there! Educating yourself on the differences between them and solid opals can save you lots of $$$. In this Blog we go through the main differences between solid opals, doublets and triplets, so when you part with your hard earned money you can be satisfied with your purchase knowing you have got the best quality opal for the money invested. At Opal Quest we love matching up beautiful pieces of hand crafted opal jewellery with their new owners to enjoy for many years to come.

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How opal is formed - based on creation theory

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How opal is formed - based on creation theory

Please note: This written article has been obtained from Growing Opals—Australian Style by Dr. Andrew A. Snelling and the original can be found at https://answersingenesis.org/geology/rocks-and-minerals/growing-opals-australian-style/ Photos in this blog have been added by OpalQuest. *** Originally published in Creation 12, no 1 (December 1989): 10-15. In a dusty old wooden shed on a side street in Lightning Ridge, New South Wales, Australia, a bush scientist trying to discover the origin of opal has been able to ‘grow’ opal which is virtually indistinguishable from the mined precious stone. Len Cram’s shed has to be one of the oddest, out-of-the-way research laboratories...

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How opal is formed - based on uniformitarian theory

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How opal is formed - based on uniformitarian theory

Check out our Blog on how many types of opal are said to be formed!

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