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A common Kansas mineral, opal is widespread in the Ogallala Formation in Clark, Ellis, Logan, Ness, and Rawlins counties. This Ogallala opal may be white, yellow, red, brown, green, gray, blue, or transparent. This cabochon has wonderful "tree" in the middle.

Some of it is called "moss opal" because it contains an impurity, manganese oxide, that forms dark, branching deposits that look like small mosses in the opal.

Measures 30.57x6.08x39.39mm
Mattie and Phil
Phil

Kansas Opal Cabochon 2217

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: kansas opal, cabochon
  • Ships worldwide from Arizona, United States
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