Opal Triplet Ring
Field: Queensland (Australia)
Stone Size: 7X5 mm
Metal: 925 Sterling Silver
Finger Size: U.S: 7 U.K: N 1/2
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Packaging: Gem pouch
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Member: American Opal Society.
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 opal ring
International registered airmail to your door or post office, and the black 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.
Late opal gift card
If you are running late in receiving your gift please take note of our ‘free late opal gift card’. All you need to do is send us the name of the giver and receiver and we will email it to you for printing.
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Ridged designer band holding this delightful bezel set 7×5 mm opal from the Coober Pedy mines in South Australia. The ring comes in both silver and gold finish.
Opal ring from the Coober Pedy mines
please note that current stocks of this ring are gold plate. please indicate if you want silver
This is a popular ring that comes in various colors and patterns. Please indicate whether you prefer gold or silver and whether you like stones with blues and greens or reds and oranges.
Of course opal varies in color all the time and we guarantee that whatever you order, the color will be brilliant.
The opal comes with an international guarantee certificate..
backed up by our over 40 years impeccable reputation in the Australian opal industry. Please see what many of our customers have reported about us over the years, and keep in mind that these are only a few of the thousands we have either in signature or commentary form.
What is a triplet?
A triplet opal demonstrates and even more stark and magnified color than a doublet at times. It has been found that the thinner the opal is, the brighter and more stark the foreground color.
The only problem is that if the opal is too thin it is not safe and can be easily damaged, particularly in the jewelry manufacturing process where the closing of jewelry claws can easily damage the edge of the opal.
Hence it was discovered that by attaching a clear crystal cap to the stone, the opal is protected and a very pleasing high dome is achieved. Hence, the term triplet which is a combination of a dark background, the precious opal attached the same as a doublet but with a clear cap fitted.
Triplets are one of the most popular forms of opal again because they look just like very expensive black opals at a very reasonable price.
You tube video example of opal ring