Australian Opal Cutters
20580780 Boulder Opal Ring 10.69ct
The design of this ring is as unique as the Opal itself. There is a stripped pattern that accompanies this Opal with strong red slashes moving throughout the stone. The eye catching nature of both the Opal and the ring design makes it hard for the viewer to look away.
|Metal||18K Yellow Gold|
|Accent Stones||5 Diamonds|
|Total Carat Weight||0.072ct|
"Here we have item 20580780. A 10.69ct Boulder Opal for a very special person, because it is a very special Opal. This is a named pattern, what we call a banderada pattern, which is bands of colour rolling across the surface of the Opal. But It could even be a "ribbon" pattern, which is an extremely beautiful and very rare pattern. Carat weight is 10.69ct in a 18K Yellow Gold, 5 Diamonds, 0.072 carats. This is really special."
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