Fire Opal Necklace is one of our most popular necklaces. It is back with more and even gorgeous opals than before!
Nine little Ethiopian Welo Opal Tear drops flashing radiantly like lightning in a rainbow! They are strung in a row with tiny stopper beads and attached seamlessly to the centre of a dainty yet strong chain. Available in Sterling Silver and 14K Yellow and Rose Gold Filled. Elegant, modern, dainty! Fire Opal Necklace will make a perfect gift for the 9th anniversary or October Birthdays! Comes with a crystal information card, in a beautiful Abiza gift box.
•Natural Welo Opal stones are quite small, they measure 5 to 7mm approximately. Their size will change very slightly, making each opal pendant necklace unique. Please see the 4th image for the scale and check our necklace size guide.
•14K Yellow Gold Filled, 925 Sterling Silver or 14K Rose Gold Filled chain and spring clasp closure.
•Please choose your metal from the first menu.
•Please choose your chain length from the second menu.
Opal as a gemstone
The name of the opals come from Sanskrit “upala”, meaning jewel. Opal is a stone of emotional stability. It amplifies positive emotions, boosts self confidence and happiness. It is useful in balancing the crown chakra. Therefore, the healing energies it has can assist that you in relieving constriction that you may have in your chest. Opal is the October Birthstone. It’s amazing natural flashy colours will make it a great gift for October birthdays.
These opal stones in our necklace are from Welo district of Ethiopia. Ethiopian opals originate from volcanic activity. All volcanic opal is called “hydrophane opal”. It means “water-loving” and describes their ability to absorb water and change their flash. Such as from opaque or semi-translucent to translucent or transparent. Hence, this ability makes volcanic opals unique with their colour flashes and it is all related to its moisture content. Please keep your Opal jewellery AWAY from water and moisture. You will receive a warranty and instructions booklet so you will know what to do. Any questions, please reach out to us.