Australian Opal Cutters
20317010 Black Opal Pendant 52.45ct
This Black Opal pendant, set in 18k Yellow Gold, with 52.45 carats of Black Opal and 40 Diamonds totalling 0.435 carats, is a unique Floral Harlequin pattern, the ultimate in perfection. Floral Harlequin is a named pattern with a splashy effect of units which can be likened to the bright floral patterns of dress materials or bunches of flowers. Three or more units of colour, closely grouped together, make up a flower, a very rare pattern.
This is a Floral Harlequin pattern in Black Opal from Lightening Ridge. The striking complementary colours of orange, purple and green are arranged in an unmistakable orange flower and green foliage display. We have bezel set this Opal with Diamonds in 18k Gold, also a very rare pattern.
|Metal||18K Yellow Gold|
|Accent Stones||40 Diamonds|
|Total Carat Weight||0.435ct|
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