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20185497 Black Opal Pendant 2.85ct

Australian Opal Cutters

20185497 Black Opal Pendant 2.85ct

What is so alluring about this Black Opal pendant is the light playfulness of the colour. Creamy blues and greens are sharpened up by a red flash in the centre of the Opal. The colours work together to create the perfect balance of soft and strong tones. The effect leaves the viewer both energised and calmed by the merging of the pigment. A sensational piece that exemplifies quality.

Opal Black Opal
Carat Weight  2.85ct
Metal Platinum, 18K Gold
Accent Stones 21 Diamonds
Total Carat Weight  0.95ct

"This is item number 20185497. I remember this Opal, I remember discovering it and opening it up and finding this exquisite colour and the excitement of it. I thought it looked like 'steers horns', it is a 'picturestone' with these completely unique shapes. But it is a very very unusual design, with beautiful bright intense orange and green rolling across the surface of the Opal. Beautiful high cabochon. We’ve set it in Platinum an 18K Gold with 2.85ct Opal and 21 diamonds totalling nearly 1 carat at 0.95 total."

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