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Green Ethiopian Opal Silver Ring

Green Ethiopian Opal Silver Ring

Regular price £189.00 GBP
Regular price Sale price £189.00 GBP
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One-off handmade silver ring with faceted Ethiopian opal in golden prongs. The stone is iridescent all over and sparkles in green, orange, gold and red. The ring is decorated with an openwork organic pattern. The width of the ring at the stone is 15mm, gradually narrowing towards the back to 10mm. The ring is very well contoured and hassle-free to wear. The silver surface was polished to a high gloss and then was electroplated a ruthenium coating. It is a rare precious metal that creates very durable and hard alloys and is used in jewelry to obtain a deep graphite color. Unfortunately, the photos do not reflect the beauty of the ring, which shines live with every movement and makes an amazing impression.

Total weight is 9.81 g

The size is adjustable - set to size 20 (suitable for a finger size 18.5-19). Adjustment is possible in the range of approx. 18-22.

Please send me a message after purchasing which size to set. The ring signed with the author's namesake will be sent in an elegant company box with a jewelry certificate.

  • OOAK - One-of-A-Kind
  • Green Ethiopian Opal, 925 Silver
  • Corpo, Artsy style
  • Ships in the gift box


Artisan jewellery - handmade from scratch, impressive and feminine, emanating light and colors.

Shipping & Returns

UK standard - £5.00 Europe standard - £5.00, Rest of the world standard £7.00

Care Instructions

Store your jewellery pieces individually so that they don’t scratch or
tangle, and to avoid tarnishing try to keep your sterling silver in an
airtight container.

Clean your jewellery carefully with a soft, non-abrasive and lint-free cloth.

Avoid spraying perfume and hairspray, applying suncreams and cleaning products – jewellery is susceptible to damage from these.

Remember to keep your jewellery away from extreme temperatures,
humidity or sunlight and don’t forget to remove your jewellery when you
shower or bathe, particularly when swimming in the sea or a chlorinated
swimming pool.

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