Peru is known for its fine opal, particularly blue and pink opal gemstones. These beautiful pastel-colored opal gemstones do not generally exhibit the play of color that is highly-prized in precious opal, but have very attractive body colors. Chrysocolla gemstones, which are sometimes traded as "Peruvian turquoise" because of their resemblance to the blue to green gemstone, are also mined in Peru. Like turquoise and azurite, chrysocolla is a copper-bearing gemstone that is typically cut en cabochon. Due to its mix of blue and green, and unique patterns, no two chrysocolla gems are the same.
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Gemstones are accurately portrayed and comes with a gemologist confirmation of authenticity (not appraisal) but still helps when I set in my settings to make and sell rings.
I would recommend gem select. They care about all details from description to quality to packaging to shipping. I specialize in turquoise so I would like more explicit provenance than "American"... Couldn't they give me mine or at least state? Never the less very classy. Also, their turquoise cabochons are very thick for good and bad. I cut many in half to make them more versatile and commercially useful. If one can't do that then you are going to have to settle for wire wrapped jewelry. I think that overall thy are a great resource.
I am looking forward to my purchased opal to be set in a ring and a necklace for my sister for her birthday present I am interested I working with this company in the future if we are happy with our opals thanks so much for your communication