• Opal Ring 5483
  • Opal Ring 5483

Opal Ring 5483

$195.00

Boulder Opal Ring

 

Field: Queensland (Australia)

Stone Size: 12×7 mm

Metal: 925 Sterling Silver

Finger Size: P – 8 U.S

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.

 

Description

Winton is at the northern end of the famous boulder opal fields in Western Queensland.

These stones which were probably the first black opals found in Australia in the middle of the 19th century.

They are similar to the Lightning Ridge Black opal except that they have dark brown ironstone back instead of black potch.

This stone features lovely green one side of the stone against a background of natural ironstone

 

Guarantee

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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Description

Green flashes of color mixed with brown ironstone boulder opal ring set in heavy 925 sterling silver.

Boulder opal ring green color in ironstone

International registered airmail to your door or post office, and the boulder 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.

Reputation: 40 years of reliable service. Please click here if you would like to read some comments from our happy customers over the years.

Source of Boulder opal

These gems come from a wide variety of places in the continent of Australia ranging from the southern border of Queensland up to Winton and the little location of Opalton further north.

There is a lot of work done bringing a gem like this to a point where it can be used as a ring stone. Giant diamond blades have to break down the huge boulders into manageable size for smaller blades to cut the pieces into smaller items.

That is when the diamond grinding process starts and gradually the color is brought from a dull lifeless feature to brilliant gems.

 

 

Additional information

Finger Size

U.S: '8' U.K: 'P'

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