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Ethiopian Opal Bar Necklace

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Natural Ethiopian opal rondelles between 3mm and 5mm. 

The minimalist design of the necklace accentuates the beauty of opals.

The opals are individually selected for iridescent fire. Green, blue, red and yellow fires are reflected in the sunlight beautifully.

Opal is the birthstone for October and the Zodiac signs of Scorpio and Libra. 

This necklace in the photos is 15" long, which is a choker length.

Choose between 925 sterling silver or 14k yellow gold filled

LENGTHS available:

♡ Collar length: 14 inches (35.5 cm)
♡ Choker length: 15 inches (38 cm)
♡ 16 inches: (41 cm)
♡ 18 inches (46 cm)

Handmade in Cardiff, Wales. 

The necklace comes complete with a velvet jewellery box, wrapped with white Pearlberry ribbon.

Ethiopian Opals are the newest addition to the Opal family. These stunning opals get their name (Welo Opals) from their place of origin: Ethiopia's Wollo Province. Ethiopian Welo Opals are known for their light colour and vivid play-of-colour.

Due to Ethiopian opals' hydrophane nature, they have to be kept away from water, abrasive products (perfume, lotions, makeup) and humidity. You can find more care tips on our blog. 


Type: Necklaces



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I hope you found this post useful. Happy shopping! 
With love,
Nina 
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