Description: Natural Ethiopian Opal And .05 Ctw Natural Diamond Ring
Opal is a one of the mesmerizing and mysterious gemstones on the planet. Most opals have a white body color with a multicolor "play of color" effect that dazzles across the surface of the cabochon stone in the light. Fine opals can be hypnotizing! Most gem-grade opal historically has been found in Australia, but in recent years very fine and bright material has been coming out of Ethiopian mines as well. Black opals with dark body tones are extremely prized, and getting rarer with every passing year. Orange fire opals from Mexico are also very popular and often faceted, but only rarely exhibit play of color. Opal is the birthstone for October.
Sapphire is one of the classic big three precious gemstones, alongside emerald and ruby. Sapphires come in every color of the rainbow, except for red! Red sapphires are what we call rubies, but both are made of the same mineral, corundum. Traditional blue sapphires are the most highly prized, especially in royal or cornflower tones (the bluer it looks, the better). But pink sapphires are also very popular in recent years. Other colors include yellow, green, orange, and really any other color of the rainbow (except red!). Sapphire is the birthstone for September.
All Bonyak Jewelry pieces are of the highest quality, satisfaction guaranteed. Our gemstones are ethically sourced, and our designs are made by skilled artisans working in a combination of metal fabrication, wax carving, and CAD rendering. We can also do custom designs based on any of the pieces you see in our catalog, or based on an original concept.
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