Black Opal Flash Signet
Black Opal Flash Signet
Fairmined recycled gold ethical fine jewelry, unique independent designer jewelry, inspired by water, Ceylon Sri Lanka blue sapphire, blue black opal and diamonds by Jennifer Hillyer Jewelry dewdrop collection
Black Opal Flash Signet
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Black Opal Flash Signet

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Why We Love this Ring

Stand out with your unique and timeless taste with this unforgettable gem in a classic east-west signet style, with 0.06tcw VVS clear and sparkly natural diamonds flanking a blue-black opal beauty. Email bespoke@jenniferhillyer.com to request more pictures or a video of this piece.

 

Details

  • One-of-a-kind
  • Recycled 14K yellow gold
  • Solid Australian Black Opal .33ct
  • 0.06tcw ethical diamonds - G color, VVS clarity (near flawless)
  • Size 6.75

About Australian Black Opal

Black Opal is the most rare and most valuable of opal varieties. Opal can be found all over the world in Australia, Ethiopia, Peru, and even in the US.

 

The beauty and value of opal is measured by its brightness, its body tone, its pattern and it's "play of color." 

 

Opal is associated with magic across many cultures. It is said to contain galaxies and fireworks. Ancient Greeks believed that Opals gave the gift of prophecy and protected their owners from disease.

 

Opal is the birthstone of October (also tourmaline!) and was rumored to be bad luck for anyone not born in this month. Myth busted! This rumor was started by a 19th century novelist, and we think it brings a touch of magic to whoever chooses to wear one. 

 

Australian Opal is considered to be ethical and environmentally responsible in its sourcing by default - because it can be found on the surface or in shallow pits, mining is not dangerous or environmentally destructive.