Australian Opal Cutters
20540005 ''Kimberly Brushfire'' Black Opal Ring 15.463ct
This Black Opal ring consists of 15.463 carats with 20 Diamonds total weight 3.20 carats. The vivacious colour storm in this gem moves like pigmented paint throughout the stone. This opal is a mistress, she pulls the inspecting eye in and forces the viewer into an ecstasy of colour experience.
|Accent Stones||20 Diamonds|
|Total Carat Weight||3.20ct|
"Item number 20540005. Once in a decade we come up with a full face of orange and red, green, blue and indigo in an Opal like this on a very black base. This is really, really exceptional and we’ve set it with 3.20ct of Diamonds and the Opal itself weights 15.463ct in this beautiful Platinum setting, which I have to say, is really something to be desired."
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