Opal Jewellery Earrings Rings and Bracelets

Opal Jewellery

There are many types of opals. These gemstones are colorless and semi-transparent in transmitted light. Black opals are transparent or semi-transparent with a dark body color and a play of colors. Milk white opals may have a greenish tint or yellowish hue. Fire opals may not show color play. They are also known as Mexican opals.


925 sterling silver

Whether you're looking for a statement piece for an upcoming wedding or looking to add a little extra sparkle to your daily wardrobe, a 925 sterling silver opal necklace is the perfect accessory. With a wide selection of colors and styles, you'll have no problem finding a piece to match your style. Plus, you'll never have to worry about your opal changing color!


9kt gold

Whether you're looking for a unique piece of opal jewellery or simply something that sparkles, the dazzling beauty of ninekt gold opals should be on your wish list. Opals are beautiful gemstones, but they can chip easily if knocked together. For example, if two diamonds are knocked together, they can chip each other. 9kt gold opal rings can help protect your gems from this potential problem.


Semi-black opal

Black opal is a rare gemstone with a rich history. Minted for thousands of years, it has spawned an extensive folklore. It has been associated with both good and bad luck, and some scholars believe the ancient references were made to an iris agate, rather than an opal. The gemstone is an amorphous form of silica and contains anywhere from three to twenty percent water. Gem grade opals typically have a water content of six to ten percent.


White opal

If you are looking for a stunning piece of jewellery with a stunning colour combination, white opal is an excellent choice. The colour of opal is the most common in Australia, and white jewellery can be extremely affordable compared to other gemstones. A lot depends on the clarity, pattern, and brightness of an opal, as these will determine its value. A beautiful piece of white opal jewellery can be a treasured gift for someone special.


Synthetic opal

There are several ways to spot a synthetic opal. One way is to look at it with a loupe. The colours on a natural opal will appear more vivid, while a synthetic opal will appear to be more uniform and lack the distinctive columnar patterns. Another tell-tale sign of a fake opal is its lack of lizard skin effect. A reputable dealer will have information on the properties of each type.