A vision of shimmering colors, this opal and diamond ring features an oval opal framed by forty-four pavé-set round brilliant diamonds in 18k white gold. While perfect for special occasion wear, opals are a softer gemstone and not recommended for daily wear.
Vibrant and colorful, this gemstone pendant features a fiery opal set in a 14k white gold four-prong setting suspended from a dainty 18-inch cable chain. A classic piece of everyday luxury and the birthstone for October.
Forged of 18k yellow gold, this double-sided opal locket hangs on a delicate, 17 inch chain and is the perfect everyday piece to hold memories close to your heart. Monica Rich Kosann is known for recreating the classic locket into a jewelry piece that can hold your own unique stories.
Truly charm your loved one with this luscious, bezel-set opal pendant forged in a high polish 14k yellow gold. This petite birthstone pendant is delicately strung on a classic cable chain that can fasten at either 16 or 18 inches, making it a superb layering piece. This pendant is the perfect treat with a personalized touch.
A classic stud with a touch of radiance, these opal gemstone cushion earrings in sterling silver are the perfect touch of everyday elegance. These extraordinary opals should be delicately cared for due to their affinity for moisture. They should be kept out of regular contact with liquids, perfumes and lotions, and cleaned with a soft, dry cloth.
A soft white, bezel-set opal comes paired with a polished sterling silver heart in this birthstone pendant. The delicate charms are strung on a classic cable chain that can fasten at either 16 or 18 inches, making it a perfect layering piece. Engrave the heart disc with any initial for a personalized touch.
With its lively play-of-color, this cushion-cut opal pendant is set in sterling silver with a classic cable chain necklace. This extraordinary opal should be delicately cared for due to their affinity for moisture. It should be kept out of regular contact with liquids, perfumes and lotions, and cleaned with a soft, dry cloth.
Like a kaleidoscope, October’s opal birthstone has a natural play of color. Its fiery rainbows appear in a variety of patterns and colors, making no two opals alike. They are typically cut into cabochon shapes to enhance the visibility of their spectacular play of color. Throughout history, opals have held much significance. The Greeks believed it provided the power of prophecy. It is a celebrated symbol of loyalty, faith and hope.