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Blue Opal Bracelet VIII (6mm)

Sale price479 USD
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Ancient Arab tribes in the Middle East believed that Opal was not born on our Earth, but rather sent from the heavens on a star that crashed into our world, bringing with it the might of the cosmos and all its secrets....

Supplied by Opal mines in Hungary, the opal's unique play of light and color was thought to be reflections from the heavens. Ancient Arab tribes believed Opal was a powerful talisman and even dubbed it the “queen of gems.”

Opals have been used for centuries in Middle Eastern culture, decorating jewelry, amulets, and religious relics. The gem has also been presented as royal gifts, such as when King Solomon received an opal seal ring from Queen Sheba as a token of her love and devotion.
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- Gems: Blue Opal & Silver
- Stone size: 6mm
- Metal: 925 Sterling silver
- Cord: Steel wire (slightly looser fitting.)
- Packaging: Comes with a luxurious box

(Due to the unique characteristics of natural stone, the size and color of the beads can vary slightly.)


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Blue Opal Bracelet VIII (6mm) (6909922082870)
Blue Opal Bracelet VIII (6mm) Sale price479 USD

Nature's Finest

Nature is home to an incredible variety of gemstones, each with its own unique properties and beauty. We pride ourselves on offering the best nature has to offer, with a range of high quality gemstones to choose from. Whether you are looking for a stunning diamond, a vibrant aquamarine, a rich emerald, a deep sapphire, or a unique opal, we have something to suit every taste.

Our gemstones are carefully selected for their quality and uniqueness. Our professional artisans are there to create breathtaking pieces of jewelry that showcase their natural beauty.

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