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Kyoto Opal

A New World of Color

Your Choice of Colors

- 12 Basic Colors -

  • Gofun
    Gofun
  • Kariyasu
    Kariyasu
  • Sakurairo
    Sakurairo
  • JInzamomi
    Jinzamomi
  • Karakurenai
    Karakurenai
  • Nijiiro
    Nijiiro
  • Kakitsubatairo
    Kakitsubatairo
  • Asagiiro
    Asagiiro
  • Tsuyukusairo
    Tsuyukusairo
  • ChitoseMidori
    ChitoseMidori
  • Ruriiro
    Ruriiro
  • Momoshiocha
    Momoshiocha

Our Story

Kyocera Corporation, which made Forbes’ list of the World’s Best Regarded Companies in 2019, has developed an innovative synthetic opal impregnated with polymer for added strength.

The company’s Kyoto headquarters inspires the Kyoto Opal colors, which reflect traditional Japanese culture and seasonal beauty.

Expanding Your Design Options

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Natural opals are brittle and tend to crack when cut. Kyocera’s opals are engineered for strength so they won’t crack. That means you can cut them into any imaginable shape.

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Properties of Kyoto Opal

  Synthetic Colored Opal
Elements SiO2 ( silica )( 80wt% ) + Resin( 20wt% )
Hardness ( Mohs ) 4
Specific Gravity 1.80 - 1.90
Heat Resistance 130 degree C.
Maximum Width x Length Approx. 50 x 50mm(*)
Maximum Thickness Approx. 15mm

* Cut from an unfixed form

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