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Tag: opal

NEW GEMSTONE DISCOVERIES

Released in October, 2014, a 368-page book with color photos tells what raw gemstones look like, how to find gemstones in the hills, and where to visit gemstone, gold, and mineral localities to help you improve your gem hunting skills. Then the book takes you one step further – where no other book has taken

OPAL

A rockhound from Riverton mentioned opal south of town. The Cedar Ridge deposit lies along the highway & is cut by numerous oil field roads, no one had recognized that this place had one of the largest opal deposits on earth! A few old geological reports from 50 years ago briefly mentioned opal, so I