Micro Pave Setting 925 Sterling Silver Synthetic Opal Ring For
|Product Name||Micro Pave Setting 925 Sterling Silver Synthetic Opal Ring For
|Color||white,purple,pink,and different color according to opal color
|Plating||white,14K,18K gold ,rose gold and customized|
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|Sample time||Within 10 working days|
|Delivery time||Within 20-30days upon receipt of payment|
|Packing||Individual OPP bag +A carton or as client request|
|Shipment||Shipping by DHL, Fedex, TNT ,UPS and etc|
|Design||Unique 3D design|
|Test request||Do internal Analytical and Physical test(Prop 65,REACH, Resistance
to Corrosion etc.)|
|Advantage||Manufacturer ,low MOQ, flexible cooperation|
|Main Business||Stainless steel,sterling silver and brass Rings, Pendant,
Cufflinks, Bracelet, Necklace, Earrings, Bangles|
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Are artificially made and although their structure is very similar
to the structure of precious opals, their value is (from obvious
reasons) much less than the value of the real “thing”.
Synthetic opals usually display a very distinctive snakeskin
pattern and they show brighter colors than natural opals. The spots
of color are larger but they interact with light in a very similar
way to natural opals. They also contain a fair amount of silica
(usually around 70-75%) which is impregnated with plastic.
Synthetic Opals look good and appeal to some but cant replace what
Mother Nature creates
Boulder/ Natural Opal
This type of opals are not as known and valued as black opals but
their stunning appearance and in many cases dramatic combination of
vibrant colors makes boulder opals eye catchers and puts them on
the list as a second most valuable and sought after type of opals.
Boulder opals are formed in cracks of ironstone boulders. They are
found only in the state of Queensland, Australia.
Because boulder opals are very thin, they have to be cut out
together with the ironstone on the back. This attachment gives them
dark body tone and appearance very similar to black opals.
At a first glance, boulder opals also might be mistaken for a
doublet. The main difference is that the backing on boulder opals
is completely natural.
Lab Grown or Lab Created Opal
These terms generally refer to polymer-impregnated opals, which are
70-90% silica (from which natural opal is formed) and 10-30% resin.
Lab created opals exhibit fire play resembling the finest opal at a
small fraction of the cost.
Are the rarest and at the same time the most beautiful of all types
of opals. If the opal is “Queen of Gems” than the black, opal is
certainly “King of Queens”. No wonder black opals are also the most
expensive and sought after type of opals. For people buying opals
as a good, solid, long-term investment, black opals are
definitively the ones to go for
Their unique, elegant and most of the times breathtaking appearance
comes from their dark body color. The color can range from dark
grey to deep black and it is a direct result of carbon and iron
oxide trace elements, which are naturally incorporated into black
Is a term used in relation to any type of opal with a transparent
or semi transparent body? They display their colors in the same way
as the other types of opals but the transparency of their body
gives them a different and unique appearance that many people find
more appealing. Good quality crystal opal is not as valuable as
black opal but its price is usually very close to the price of