Black Opal Bracelet!
This elegant stacking bracelet features precious Ethiopian Black Opals with beautiful fire! They have been accentuated with randomly scattered 14K Gold Fill beads. Finished with extender chain and Lobster clasp closure. Adjustable length between 6.5-8″/16.5-20cm. Also available in Sterling Silver and 14K Rose Gold Filled.
Elegant, luxe, natural! Great gift for a special October birthday! Comes with a crystal information card in a beautiful Abiza gift box.
•Although these stone is called black opal. It’s just the dark variety of Ethiopian Welo Opal. You’ll see dark blues, greens, browns, blacks with beautiful fire.
•Bracelet is available in two colours, Black or White Opals. Please see the photos.
•Size is 3-4.5mm approximately. Beads are slightly graduated in size, bigger in the centre.
•All photos are magnified to show detail. Please check the measurements if unsure.
•925 sterling Silver, 14K Gold Filled, 14K Rose Gold Filled beads, chain and Lobster clasp closure.
•Adjustable Length between 6.5″-8″/16.5-20cm
•Strung on best quality 49 strand beading wire for the maximum strength and flexibility.
These opal stones are coming from Welo district of Ethiopia. Ethiopian opals originate from volcanic activity. All volcanic opal is called “hydrophane opal”, meaning “water-loving” and describes their ability to absorb water and change from opaque or semi-translucent to translucent or transparent. This ability makes volcanic opals unique with their colour flashes and it is all related to its moisture content. Please keep your Opal Jewelry away from water and moisture.
Black Opal Bracelet! Opals are one of the most stunning gems to look at, thanks to their different colours and kaleidoscopic beauty. Opals of all colours provide users with emotional strength, and the ability to cultivate not only their own love and positive energy, but to draw it from the world around them. Wearers become more capable of recognising the good that exists in the universe, and reflecting that back with their own positivity.
Find out more about Opal in our blog