silver ring 925 watermark.
ethiopian noble opal (yellow red green color schemes)
Traditional Beijing jewelry.
Unique piece entirely handmade by master jeweler, as a gemologist the stone is expertized and bring to the workshop by us.
You can make a certificate of authenticity on demand, contact us.
Ring adjustable to all finger sizes by a solid sliding adjustment system as shown in the 9th photo.
Stone weight: 0.703 carats
Stone size: 20/13mm
Silver weight: 7,897 grams
Total weight of the ring: 8.60 grams.
We work in collaboration with a specialized workshop located in Beijing, whose know-how is several years old, the workshop bequeathing itself to parents to children over the generations.
This type of jewellery is 3 centuries old dating from the Qing Dynasty, and was worn at the Emperor's court.
We bring the raw materials rigorously selected, and work the pendant together.
We are the only representatives of this craft in Europe.
The term opal derives from Greek oppalios whose origin is uncertain, it may come from the Sanskrit uppala meaning precious stone or the name of the holidays, the opalia, dedicated to a primitive goddess, Ops.
Opal is hydrated silica. His SiO2 formula. nH2O, where the number n, variable, refers to the amount of water.
This amount of 6 to 10% in noble varieties, but, can reach higher values (above 20%) in other varieties.
Opal may contain iron, aluminum atoms, as well as traces of magnesium, calcium, sodium and potassium
Can also include iron oxides, clay, organic molecules etc.
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Ship items back to me within: 7 days of delivery
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Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
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