Petite Opal Ring
Petite opal ring is stunning. Beautiful Australian opal has stunning peacock shades of blues and greens a very playful gemstone in every light . Sterling silver antique style design. Coated in a heavy precious rhodium which as a result prevents tarnish. To see a video of this ring in natural light please visit; https://www.instagram.com/p/Btma_7lBvwk/
Australian opal weighs .48 carats
Currently this ring is a size 6.5 however we will customize to fit your requirements free of charge. Please allow two weeks for custom sizing.
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Named the “Wala Ring” after a sun goddess in Australian Aboriginal Mythology. According to mythology every day Wala would venture to the southern mountains bringing back the sun stored in a bag. Wala keeps it in her bag until the moon disappears.
The opal is a unique gemstones because of its characteristic appearance and vibrant colors which change and flash as you turn the gem in your hand. No two opals are alike.
The word ‘opal’ comes from the Greek word opallos, meaning “to see changes of color” whereas the Romans are said to have based their name opalus on the Sanskrit word for precious stone upala.
Opal is a precious gemstone. It is a formation of non-crystalline silica gel. Millions of years ago this silica gel seeped into crevices and cracks of the earth’s sedimentary strata. Through eons of time and through nature’s heating and moulding processes, the gel hardened and can today be found in the form of brilliant opal.
Metaphysical Qualities of Opal Ring
According to an old Australian Aboriginal legend, the Creator came down from the heavens on a rainbow and delivered a message of peace for all mankind. The stones which were near the place where her foot touched the ground suddenly became alive and began to sparkle. In Aboriginal legend this was the birth of opal stone.
Early races credited Opals with magical qualities and traditionally opal was said to aid its wearer in seeing limitless possibilities. It was believed to clarify by amplifying feelings, buried emotions as well as desires.
The Romans had been wearing opals for centuries and considered them a symbol of hope and purity. They believed opals instilled the gift of prophecies, warned of poison, brought good fortune, and protected against disease.
Early Greeks believed they embodied the powers of foresight and prophecy.