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4-7 MM Size Ethiopian Opal Round Beads
Ethiopian Faceted Nuggets Welo Fire Opal
Ethiopian opal Smooth Rondelle Beads
Ethiopian Opal Smooth Round Beads
3-5 MM size Ethiopian Opal Smooth Beads
Ethiopian Opal Smooth Rondelle Beads
5-8 MM Black Faceted Rondelle
Ethiopian Opal Faceted Rondelle Beads
Ethiopian Opal Faceted Teardrops Strand
Ethiopian Fire Marquise Shape Opal Pendant
Pendant Ethiopian Opal Oval Shape
925 Sterling Silver Ethiopian Pendant Opal
Ethiopian Opal Baguette Shape Cabochon
925 Sterling Silver Oval Shape Rosecut Pendant
Ethiopian Opal Trillion Cabochon pendant
Ethiopian Opal Trillion Cabochon
925 Sterling Silver Pendant Ethiopian Opal
925 Sterling Silver Ethiopian Opal Pendant
925 Sterling Silver Pendant Ethiopian Opal
Ethiopian Opal Baguette Shape Opal Cabochon
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The History of The Extraordinary and Beautiful Ethiopian Opal: 

Let's take a little trip back to when Ethiopian Opal was first discovered in Ethiopia. The first deposits of these beautiful gemstones were found in 2008, but the history of the Ethiopian Opal in Ethiopia stretches back even further. Ethiopians have been wearing opals for centuries, which are considered to be an extraordinary and Lucky gemstone.

Types of Ethiopian Opal:

When it comes to Ethiopian Opal, various types can add on to your jewelry collection: 

Welo "Precious Fire Opals: A Rare Ethiopian Opal Affair

Need something precious for your neck? The Ethiopian opal necklace made of the Welo precious fire opal is bright, fiery, and perfect for a neckpiece. These Ethiopian Welo Opal are found in a small area of Ethiopia and are very rare and valuable. 

Hydrophane Opals: A Charming Touch to your Ethiopian Opal Collection

A charmer by appearance, Opals from Ethiopia, namely Hydrophane opals, are a type of Ethiopian Opal known for their ability to absorb and retain water. Because of their high water content, hydrophane opals often have a milky or cloudy appearance. 

Ethiopian Black Opal: A Stunning Ethiopian Opal
No one can forget how stunning a piece of Ethiopian opal jewelry is. Opals are found in many colors, but Ethiopian black opals are some of the most attractive and rare. While they may be challenging to find, Ethiopian Black Opal is genuinely unforgettable. Apart from these, there are other types of opals, like Shewa opals and White Precious Opals are also stunning in their way. 

What's the Future of Ethiopian Opals? Is Ethiopian Opal Investment Worthy? 

While Ethiopian opals are not yet as well-known as other gemstones, they are rapidly gaining in popularity due to their unique colors and patterns. As more people become aware of them, demand and Ethiopian Opal price will likely continue to grow, making them a good investment for the future.
In addition, Ethiopian opals are pretty rare, and their supply is limited. The value of  Ethiopian Opal will likely increase over time, making them an even better investment.

What are the Natural Properties of Ethiopian Opal?

  • Ethiopian Opal is known for its unique colors and patterns and is considered one of the finest quality opals in the world. 
  • Ethiopian Opal is typically a white or light-colored opal with a rainbow-like play-of-color. 
  • The colors of Ethiopian Opal can range from pale pink to deep red, and the patterns can range from simple to complex. 
  • Ethiopian Opal is also known for its high clarity, and it is not uncommon for it to be completely free of inclusions.

How to take care of an Ethiopian Opal gemstone:

Ethiopian Opal gemstones are some of the most beautiful and unique in the world. They are also exceptionally delicate, so it is essential to take special care when handling them. Here are a few tips on how to care for your Ethiopian opal gemstone:
  1. Avoid exposing the Ethiopian opal gemstone to direct sunlight for extended periods, as this can cause it to fade.
  2. When cleaning the Ethiopian opal gemstone, use only gentle, non-abrasive cleaners and avoid harsh chemicals.
  3. Be careful not to drop or knock the Ethiopian opal gemstone, as it is fragile and can easily break.
  4. Store the Ethiopian opal gemstone in a soft, padded pouch or box to protect it from scratches and other damage, or else the Ethiopian Opal rough won't look as new. 
Read also:  Opal Stone Benefits

Why is a Honeycomb Welo Opal Ethiopian Expensive?

A honeycomb Welo opal is a type of Opal with a honeycomb-like appearance. These opals are found in Ethiopia and are often used in jewelry. The honeycomb Welo opal gets its name from its unique appearance, which resembles a honeycomb, which is why they are expensive than any other Ethiopian opal. 

Sparkling and Genuine Collection of Wholesale Ethiopian Opal:

With a subtle pop of color, Ethiopian opal elevates every ensemble. Make your life colorful with these rare beauties!! Ethiopian Opal is a rare gemstone that comes in many different colors, and its unique characteristics make it suitable for use in high-end jewelry or decorative objects. It comes in several colors and can be used as astrological stones or trendy, stylish additions to distinct jewelry sets.

The Gems Heaven specializes in quality wholesale ethiopian opals, and welo opals mined from the opal fields of Ethiopial. These beautiful opals are available in various shapes, including cabochons, spheres, ovals, and rounds which are ideal for jewelry making or to admire their beauty:

The Exquisitely Rare Welo Opals:

Welo opals are exquisitely beautiful gems, bringing a natural fire and color to any collection. One of the rarest gems in nature, they have been survived over millions of years and come from faraway provinces of Australia. With its gorgeous and unique colors, the Welo opal is an exclusive gemstone that will never be the same as other stones. It comes in various shades, including red, orange, pink, and yellow.

The Captivating Ethiopian Welo Opal:

The Ethiopian Welo opal market has been growing in popularity over the last few years, and this trend shows no sign of slowing down. These beautiful precious stones are found in Ethiopia, known for their quality and unique natural color combinations no other gemstone can create. 
Ethiopian Welo opals are known for their brilliant play of color, excellent polish, and vivid hue. The most sought-after colors are green, red, blue, and yellow.

The Valuable Raw Opal:

Raw opal is actually an exquisite precious stone, the only one not cut by human hand and polished. It retains its natural shape and color. As we all know, cutting (or slicing) is a way to improve the beauty of stones. But on the contrary, with our exceptional products, leaving the raw form of opal will make it even additional valuable and unique.

Budget-friendly and Enchanting Opal Cabochons:

Opal cabochons are semi-precious gemstones highly valued for their decorative appeal. They have the same chemical structure as precious opals, but the colors are not as vivid or strong. 
The best part is that they are a lot less expensive than precious opals and can be used to create beautiful pieces of jewelry at an affordable price. Cabochons are often cut with flat bottoms rather than the pointed bottoms of brilliants.

Custom-made Precious and Semi-precious Opals:

The Gems Heaven, known as a top supplier, deals with semi-precious and precious stone jewelry. We are direct importers of Ethiopian Opal, Ethiopian Welo Opal, Raw Opals, Welo Opals, and Wholesale Ethiopian Opal Unheated Cabochons. Our opals are 100% natural, and we offer them in various shapes and colors – from opal rough to polished cabochons.

Be it engagement or wedding rings, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, or fashion jewelry from our collection. We are happy to provide you access to rare stones in multiple varieties to create your own bespoke jewelry piece. With us, you can have a gemstone that's perfectly unique to you!