Opals are both mercurial and magical… and when I first laid eyes in this special ring, I was quite at a loss for words. An original 1940’s opal treasure of a ring, this beautiful example features an Australian opal that has been backed with onyx to create a once-in-a-lifetime play of color.
The massive pink tone cotton-candy australian opal that takes centerstage here is not to be missed. Undertones of gold, electric green neon flashes sparkle. In solid 18ct, this ring will absolutely stun all who lock eyes with her tempestuous pastel face… all in a truly wonderful floral garland setting. This ring is memorable.
Materials- 10ct, opal, onyx
Age/Origin: 1940’s American
Condition: Excellent. Near mint condition for this rare, Victorian revival jewel.
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