Australian Opal Cutters
20185435 Black Opal Ring 2.25ct
This majestic multicoloured Opal ring has a very rare flagship harlequin pattern. The colours are bright and lustrous. The way the pigment moves is fluid with the light. A remarkable Opal set in a timelessly elegant ring display.
|Accent Stones||18 Diamonds|
|Total Carat Weight||0.46ct|
"This is item 20185435. As Opal cutters we spend our lives searching for Opals like this. Predominantly red with multicolours and beautiful full red flash across the surface from time to time as it is turned. This is a collectors piece, 2.25ct Opal, 18 Diamonds totalling 0.46 of a carat and set in beautiful Platinum."
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