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Opal Ring 5462

$350.00

Crystal Opal Ring

 

Field: Coober Pedy (Australia)

Stone Size: 3 mm

Stone Color: green

Metal: 14k yellow gold

Finger Size: U.S: 8 U.K: P

Shipping: Free

Packaging: Gem pouch

Guarantee: International

References: testimonials

Questions? contact us here

Member: American Opal Society.

 

Ring Varieties

There are multitudes of different types of finger rings. Most 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.

 

Free Extras that come with this crystal opal ring..

International registered airmail to your door or post office, and the crystal opal ring comes dressed in a lovely black gift box or gem pouch, ready to be either gifted or stored in your jewelry collection. There is no more to pay.

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.

Guarantee: International guarantee of quality based on 40 years of reliable service from our opal company. This guarantee does not run out in one year, whether you lose your paperwork or not. We have a record of the sale and will care for you should something go wrong. Go here for details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Description

Delicate dolphin crystal opal ring

Delightful bright green solid crystal opal set in 14k yellow gold Dolphin ring.

Opal ring background:

Coober Pedy is the international capital for crystal opal or white opal in the world. The two types of opal are distinguished by the fact that white opal is opaque in that the color rests on the surface of the opal and is not translucent.

Crystal opal is more translucent which gives it great depth and intrigue, creating this arresting display of opal color. Often it is actually Opalized shells from ancient inland seas.

Crystal opals are running out!

Because of the lack of new opal mining sites and the huge expense associated with mining in such an outback hot place, the production of opal is getting less and less.

This will no doubt make the opal more expensive as time goes by because in fact, opal is a genuinely rare stone because its value is based on supply and demand. The worlds supplies from places like this are getting less and the demand is getting greater.

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