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    Dendritic Opal

    • White Witch

      Dendritic Opal - A crystal dendrite is a crystal that develops with a typical multi-branching tree-like form. Dendritic crystal growth is very common and illustrated by snowflake formation and frost patterns on a window. Dendritic crystallization forms a natural fractal pattern.

    • Derice Layher

      Dendritic Opal - I see a snowy landscape with firs in this rock Would sooo love to make this into a necklace!!

    • Immanent Grove

      Dendritic Opal - Dendritic crystallization forms a natural fractal pattern that looks like trees.

    • r.van rijswijk

      Dendritic Opal - I see a beautiful landscape with firs in this ,that on first glance appears to have been created by an artist's hands, BUT incredibly this awesome naturally created gem is entirely created by Mother Nature ( Took her a VERY long time to create - she gets paid £50 an hour , so let's see = SHOULD therefore - this SHOULD be worth MILLIONS of pounds -right ? NO today only a knock down £400 would secure this 'talking point ' piece ,that would grace any location it was placed in ...

    • Amber Christy

      Dendritic Opal - I see a snowy landscape with firs in this rock by arlene

    • The Gem Collection

      This Dendritic Opal looks like a forest at twilight #Gemstones #Opals

    • jem Stevens

      This is a Dendritic Opal, how amazing is it's mini landscape.

    • Ashley Pryor

      Dendritic Opal - forms a natural fractal pattern.

    • Laura Young

      Dendritic Opal, a miniature landscape.

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