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Iris Opal Moon Stars Earrings with Diamonds 14K Yellow Gold
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Bring the beauty of the galaxy to your ears with these one-of-a-kind 14k yellow gold iris moon and stars opal with diamond earrings! 🌙✨ The opals in these earrings have a stunning galaxy-like fire that will leave you mesmerized. Plus, the diamond accents add just the right amount of sparkle. These earrings are truly out of this world!
These earrings are delicately designed to be long, yet gentle on the ears, thanks to their lightweight construction. They are the perfect choice for formal and semi-formal occasions, adding a touch of elegance to any outfit. A lot more beautiful in person as it is not easy to capture the fireplay on the images.
Pair it beautifully with the Iris Opal Necklace.
- Organic Handmade freeform style
- Natural Welo Opals with beautiful Fire
- 0.03 cts approximately of natural white diamonds H-I colour VS-VSI
- 6.6 grams in Total (3.3 grams each)
- Length 4.3 x Width 1 cm
- 14K recycled yellow gold
- Beautiful Gift Packaging
- Ships from London with DHL express
- Recycled Gold and Responsible Sourced Stones
- One of a kind and handmade
- Sold as a pair
- Medium polish
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Opal is a symbol of creativity, inspiration, and imagination. It's believed to enhance intuition and spiritual awareness, while also promoting emotional balance and positive energy. Opal is said to help with transitions and new beginnings, as well as facilitate communication and self-expression. It's also considered a stone of love and passion, helping to strengthen relationships and attract new love.
Opals have a rich history that stretches back thousands of years. The first recorded mention of opals was by the Roman historian Pliny the Elder in the 1st century AD. The ancient Greeks also revered opals, believing them to be the tears of Zeus, the god of thunder and lightning.
During the Middle Ages, opals were highly prized and were often used in jewelry worn by royalty and nobility. Queen Victoria was a fan of opals and gave them as gifts to her family and friends. In the late 19th century, opals were discovered in Australia, which became the world's largest producer of opals.
Today, opals remain a popular gemstone and are prized for their iridescence and unique color patterns. They are the birthstone for October and are often used in jewelry, including rings, necklaces, and earrings.