Repair, Remodel, Remake
Australian Pearl Divers, a division of Australian Opal Cutters proud to manufacture jewels for the Royal Family (commissioned by The Australian Monarchist League.)
So why scrap your old jewellery when our jewellers can repair, remake, remodel or restore your old jewellery as new or if you prefer even create you something very unique reusing your own gold and gems? You wouldn't scrap your house for its bricks, so don’t scrap your jewellery for its gold! Bring it to Australian Opal Cutters.
You may be aware that unscrupulous gold buyers are undervaluing gold when negotiating with well meaning members of the public. Recent “exposes” on TV have shown practices such as underestimating the hallmarking (or type) of gold and offering a 14kt gold price for an 18kt piece, as well as such practices as not admitting the price per gram that the customers gold is being valued at. These practices all add up to less money for YOU.
Selling your gold with a disreputable dealer is like selling your house for the value of the scrap materials. Your gold jewellery was designed at some point, hard work and effort went into the manufacturing and ultimately, a good polish and clean will bring your jewellery back to its original condition. So why sell your gold for next-to-nothing when unscrupulous merchants will often just polish the item and realize its true value at a jewellery auction.
At Australian Opal Cutters we are opening up our “best kept secret”, a handcrafting jewellery workshop where you can bring in your jewellery for a free appraisal. You will discover better prices for your heirlooms or with the help of our master jeweller re-create brand new contemporary masterpieces from your much loved items. So drop in and see us today for the real gold price, and a surprisingly fresh approach to looking at your old jewellery.
1 - Manufacturer
Australian Opal Cutters have designed and manufactured these superb world-class pieces for HRH Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge; HRH Catherine, The Duchess of Cambridge for their Royal Wedding and HRH Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall which was commissioned by The Australian Monarchist League.
2 - Savings
As we buy directly from the mines we are able to pass the savings on to you! Opals direct to you! Cut out the middlemen.
3 - Selection
Our collection is over 60,000 pieces strong, opals set into jewellery as rings, pendants, earrings and thousands of loose opals and every piece is polished and or set to perfection. Buy guaranteed from the largest selection available.
4 - Service
We have an international lifetime warranty policy that ensures that we will treat you as well as we like to be treated ourselves, we use the Golden Rule!
5 - Quality
Our jewellers have a strict quality control policy that includes, a finely polished finish and a host of other minute details that ensure you will be completely satisfied!
6 - Confidence
All of our fine jewellery comes with a certificate of authenticity, providing you with 100% complete confidence in the quality of your purchase.
Gold Pearls | Black Pearls
Gold pearls - Golden South Sea pearls are grown in the gold-lip variety of the Pinctada maxima, South Sea pearl oyster and are some of the biggest, most expensivevaluable pearls produced today. They display warm, natural, golden tones and no additives or treatments are required to maximise the beauty of these amazing gems.
Black pearls are formed when that piece of sand gets stuck in the body of a very specific type of oyster, the Tahitian black-lipped Pinctada margaritifera. The interior shell, called the nacre, of most oysters is usually a glossy white or silver but the Tahitian black-lipped oyster features a thick band of black.
Pearl Earrings | Necklaces | Pendants | Rings,
At Australian Pearl Divers the experts in pure pearl, natural and cultured pearls providing a wide range of luxurious pearl earrings, pearl necklaces, pearl pendants, pearl strands and pearl rings.
South Sea Pearls | Tahitian Pearls
South Sea cultured pearls are currently produced in the saltwater eareas throughout the Indian and Pacific Oceans, primarily in Indonesia, Australia and the Philippines. These waters are the native habitat of a large oyster known as Pinctada maxima.
The Tahitian pearl (or black pearl) is an organic gem formed from the black lip oyster (Pinctada margaritifera). These pearls derive their name from the fact that they are primarily cultivated around the islands of French Polynesia, around Tahiti.