Kaleidoscopic Opal

A precious stone, as its name say from the Sanskrit 'opula', that is enforcing its energy and becoming the most loved by traditional brands and independent designers


  • christopher kane, S/S 2019

    christopher kane, S/S 2019

The fire of garnet, the bright purple of amethyst and the sea green of emerald, all sparkle together in an incredible union.» This was how Gaius Plinius Secundus – the first naturalist in history – described the opal, that enigmatic and fascinating gem marked with splendid shimmering colors that, since ancient times, has been compared to fire, galaxies, gelatin and flashes of light. A stone that is enforcing its energy this year and becoming the most loved by traditional brands and independent designers. Its magnetic brilliance, so eclectic and multi-colored, blends perfectly with yellow or white gold, with the light of diamonds as well as with the intense shades of other colored gems.

 

 


  • ark earrings

    ark earrings

  • bibi van der velden ring

    bibi van der velden ring

  • petit panache ring dior

    petit panache ring dior

  • jacquie aiche necklace

    jacquie aiche necklace

  • jamie wolf

    jamie wolf

  • wwake earrings

    wwake earrings

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