766SETxs - Small Caribbean Blue Opal and White Fire Opal Pendant, Earrings and Chain Set (WAS $55, NOW 25% OFF)
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💍 25% DISCOUNT APPLIED AT CHECKOUT 💍
- 1/4 inch Earrings
- 1/2 inch Pendant
- 18 inch Sterling Silver Chain
- Sterling Silver and Opals
- FREE SHIPPING
- Surgical Stainless Steel Earring Hooks
💍 $45 for the Entire Set 💍
Inlaid with two different colors and types of opal, this is a smaller version of one of our most popular designs. Each piece is hand made, one at a time, exclusively by Opal Reef for our customers only. Each is .925 Sterling Silver set with Caribbean Blue Opal and White Fire Opal in a complex pattern. Each stone is inlaid facing differently to make the fire go in all directions. It comes with hypo-allergenic surgical stainless steel earring hooks that are safe for sensitive ears. And an 18 inch Sterling Silver Chain from Italy.
Matching pendant is just $28 when purchased separately CLICK HERE TO VIEW PENDANT
Matching earrings just $28 when purchased separately CLICK HERE TO VIEW EARRINGS
Because all our products are hand made, weights and measurements will vary slightly
Each order comes with FREE First Class Shipping. All our jewelry is Hand made by us exclusively for our customers. Our work is not available in stores and is sold only in art shows and online.
- FREE SHIPPING - 1st Class Mail (usually 3 to 5 days)
- HAND MADE - Crafted to stand the test of time
- HYPOALLERGENIC - Made with .925 Sterling Silver. Nickel free. 100% safe for sensitive skin.
💍 ABOUT OPAL 💍
Opal is formed when an electrolyte (a positively charged water) rinses over sand stone causing the white silica in the sand to stack up like a crystal. So, most opal is white and most people think "all" opal is white. But, if other minerals are in the soil when the opal is forming, it will change colors. In fact, there are more than 23 colors of opal in nature.
There are 3 different types of opal: traditional opal; fire opal; and, black opal. These are classes of opal not colors. Each class of opal can be any one of the 23 colors.
Fire Opal has an orange color in the background that glows like embers in a fire when the sun hits it. It can be any color.
Black Opal is misnamed. It is never black, but it is so dark that it requires intense sunlight to shine down deep into it and reveal all the many colors hidden inside. It is more rare and, therefore, more expensive. It, too, can be any color.
Traditional Opal does not have orange in the background, so it is not a fire opal, and is not intensely dark, so it is not a black opal. It can also be any color.
On our site you will see 2 fire opals, white and green, and 2 traditional opals, blue and purple. There are several shades of blue opal in nature. We like the Caribbean Blue Opal because it is the darkest, richest blue of all the opals. This makes it really pop. The color shows up so well on skin that it will draw compliments every time you wear it.
💍 MADE WITH LOVE 💍
This unique jewelry is beautifully packaged and ready for giving. Makes a sentimental surprise for any awesome lady. Great gifts for Mom or Grandma on Mother's Day, anniversary, birthday, or wedding celebration.
- Always hand made, never casted
- Opal and Sterling Silver
- VERY HIGH QUALITY
- Hand Made by us exclusively for our customers
- Not found in stores
To Insure Your Complete Satisfaction, We offer a 30 day warranty against faulty workmanship. You must email us within 30 days of purchase to activate the warranty claim. You are allowed to take more than 30 days to send items back for exchange or repair as long as you emailed a claim within that 30 day period.
Gifts may be exchanged for other sizes and colors and even other items for an equal or greater cost. Typically exchanges will be limited to 30 days but we will often consider much longer times after the holidays.
💍Long Term Support💍
Damaged items can be traded in for a partial credit toward a replacement if that item is still offered and toward a different item if the original piece is no longer offered. Trade in values decrease over time. They range from 90% to 60% over the first year. Most items still receive a 50% trade in value even after one year. After two years, trade ins are not guaranteed but are often allowed