Black Opal ring 5453


Black Opal Ring

Field: Lightning Ridge, NSW

Stone Size: 7×5 mm

Metal: 18k yellow gold

Finger Size:U.S: 7 U.K: N

Shipping: Free

Packaging: Gem pouch

Guarantee: International

References: testimonials

Questions? contact us here

Member: American Opal Society.

Ring Varieties

Most rings well known are wedding bands, engagement, friendship, school rings, Signet, dress etc. The ring shown here could be described as a dress ring but it can be adapted to wedding and friendship as well.


Another free service

Keep in mind that we have a free ‘late gift’ service just in case you need it. Please ask about it in the blog below if you are buying this item for a gift and you have left it a little late to get to you on time. We can email the card to you for printing. Just give us the first names of the giver and receiver.


We don’t put a limit on our guarantees. We don’t expect our workmanship to last for just a year. With sensible care, we expect it to last a lifetime so if you have any problems along the way, please contact us. We are here to serve you, not to just make a sale.




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Black Opal ring Beautiful rich ocean blue black

Heavy 18k yellow gold set gorgeous deep ocean blue-black opal ring from the Lightning Ridge fields.

Ring Setting Description:

Designer ring featuring high dome oval blue on black opal with heavy 18k yellow gold ring with banded effect and nice secure rolled in bezel.

Black Opal:

Please take a look here so that you can get an idea about where this delightful little round black opal comes from. Black opals have been mined in this area since the middle of the 19th century. originally the field was discovered by people who were not looking for opal.

They were most likely Drovers (this term applies to Sheep-men in Australia) They discovered small bright colored stones in an area where there was a lot of Lightning. Hence the name Lightning Ridge.

At the time, no one knew if these stones were valuable but the appeal was amazing and it wasn’t long before miners started to go to this area and eventually parcels of the new stones were shown in London and other parts of the world.

I believe the first parcel sold for a mere ten shillings or so (about one dollar) Steadily this price kept going up until in recent years the value has got out of hand. Some stones selling for up to $10,000 and more PER CARAT. (a carat stone is about the size of a small fingernail)

Reputation: 40 years reliable service in opal industry. Our international guarantee does not last just a year. It goes on indefinitely.

If you would like to read some comments from our happy customers go to our testimonials and recommendations page and see what they say.

Additional information

Finger Size:

U.S: 7
U.K: N


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