Australian Opal Cutters
20539955 ''Darwin in the Wet'' Black Opal Ring 7.22ct
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.
|Total Carat Weight||1.35ct|
"This item is 20539955. It’s almost embarrassing in a sense, to have so much red on Black Opal. Because we just try so hard and achieve, against the odds and against the other competitors for it, to find it and cut it. We are so fortunate, and you are so fortunate that we’re here to offer it to you. This is item 20539955 and it’s a 7.22ct Black Opal with red and multicolours. And we’ve set it with 1.35ct of diamonds."
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