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While back I received an email from an opal miner at Cooper PD asking me if I wanted to buy this 160 karat chunk of rough opal his beautiful colors every color red green blue yellow he rubbed the top of it off and you could see the color from the top despite the poach around the edges and that there was a thick layer of pots on the back so I've got a 160 carat opal but how much of it is really usable opal is the question that's the risk or reward the side this side is a disaster mostly Potch some holes in it kind of kind of a bad thing this is this side looks like a minefield with sand and pits and discoloration and almost no colorful opal so should I buy it or not it would it be worth it well on the basis of the extreme beauty of this side and this extended into the stone I decided that I would buy it here's a specimen the edges are dark this is a side that would look so good in the photographs he he embellished it a little bit with Photoshop I suppose but it's pretty much true you can see that central areas and a lot of blue at the edges there is sand and these darker areas that are peculiar to me the back side there is terrible and here I've started to smooth it and it's smooth but it's showing me the same thing I saw one before i smoothed it that is there's a lot of pot there are a lot of defects cracks holes I worked the top down and remove the sand from the top and a little bit of red is showing through at the edge...

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