Australian Opal Cutters
20596729 Black Opal Ring 3.23ct
This stunning Black Opal ring, provides the wearer with a birds-eye view of the ocean. We can see the deep blues, moving into more aquamarine colours and eventually entering sections of emerald green. This particular opal exemplifies how subtle changes of colour can have such an overwhelming effect on the senses. The colour blends as though on a painter's pallet, the final product leaves the viewer infatuated.
|Accent Stones||20 Diamonds|
|Total Carat Weight||1.06ct|
"My heart pounds for pieces of Opal like this. There is very, very few of them. Such a beautiful dark, black base. The colour of the black is black enough, you can touch it, and it’s really black, inky black, blacker then ink with this wonderful red flash and multicolour on top. The item number by the way is 20596729 and we have set it in Platinum with a 20 diamonds weighing 1.06ct. Grab it if you can."
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