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A nice African opal with a gentle ivory and sometimes black and brown shades.

It is commonly called Milky Opal.


It is a stone full of nuances with a moist texture and smooth touch.

Gentle ivory makes your skin look beautiful.

It is an elegant ring that makes time flow calmly.


14x10mm and voluminous18x13mmWe also have sizes available.



A long-selling oval cabochon ring series.

In order to make the most of the charm of natural stones, we simply tailored a large cabochon cut.

The vertical oval shape makes your fingers look slim and long.

The reason for its reputation for being easy to wear is the fit when you put your finger in it.

The inner round unity and the double-lined ring shank firmly hold the large stone, so it won't wobble back and forth, so much so that you forget you're wearing it.

You can use it comfortably without worrying about the ring slipping.

Materials : Milky Opal (African Opal), SV925
Size  : M size (11~13 compatible, actual size 13.5)

Shank width: about 3mm

Stone Setting: Fukurin closure


▪️It is a slightly heavy ring due to the weight of large stones and the amount of silver used.

▪️We recommend ordering one size larger for wide rings.

▪️We do not adjust the size.

▪️Because it is a natural material, there are individual differences in color and pattern. In addition, we believe that cracks (inner scratches) and inclusions (stains) contained in natural stones are unique to natural stones, so please understand before purchasing.

▪️Silver has the property of discoloring over time (sulfurization). You can clean it with a commercially available polishing cloth or baking soda. Rubbing too hard may cause scratches, so gentle care is the key to keeping it clean.



[Opal <Opal>]
Widely known for its play-of-color effect (rainbow glow), a commonopalIt is called precious opal and is classified as a precious stone. In addition, African Opal (Milky Opal)

Opal with insufficient play-of-color is called common opal. Originating from the Greek word opallios, the Sanskrit word means "jewel stone". It is 6 on the Mohs hardness scale and is the birthstone for October.
<Handling Opal>
Opal is a stone that is sensitive to acids and alkalis. It is porous and vulnerable to perfume, soap, detergent, etc., so be sure to remove it when washing your hands or applying cream. In addition, opal is a gemstone that contains moisture and is susceptible to drying. Avoid storing in places where heat is generated to prevent drying. Cracks may occur and colors may fade. Dried opal may be repaired by soaking it in fresh water. Moisture in opal evaporates naturally over time, so it's a good idea to water it occasionally.



Milky Opal Oval Cabochon Ring 14x10mm

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