Celebrate this month with Opal Jewelry! Whether you are looking for a special gift or you are looking for a style for yourself; we have a large selection of pieces at all price points.
In the first place, this gemstone ranges in color, shape, and size. So, if you prefer lighter shades; look for a pale or milky white gemstone. However, if you prefer brighter colors; look for a vivid blue, or green. And, even black opals often flash blue,. green, gold, and red fire.
Typically, an opal gemstone is valued by its brilliance, color, quality, and tone. Also, a black opal is usually valued much higher. However, if you are on a budget but want something affordable, you should consider a pale color.
Vintage Opal Ring
From our Vintage collection, circa, the 1950s, this handmade Ring features an Australian Opal cabochon gemstone in an unusual shade of blue, green, and yellow with a hint of an orange flash in an 18k yellow gold setting.
Wear this ring for any occasion.
In addition, the color of the gemstone determines its value. For instance, the darker it is; usually, the more expensive the gemstone will be.
Peter Suchy Opal & Diamond Dangle Earrings
From Peter Suchy Workshop, these stunning Earrings feature 2 fancy Opals and 2 round Diamonds in a dangle design in 14k yellow gold.
Moreover, these earrings work with any outfit from jeans and a T-shirt to a party outfit. No doubt, all eyes will be on you!
Since there are two birthstones for the month of October; visit our Best October Birthstone Jewelry post for other gorgeous pieces.
Peter Suchy Black Opal Pendant
When you are looking for a unique piece; look no further. This rare GIA-certified natural black Opal is from the early 1920s. At the same time, we created a Micro Pave white gold Pendant to showcase the beauty of this rare gemstone.