The name opal evolved from the Roman word "opalus" which traces its roots from the Greek's "opallios " meaning to see a change of color. This Greek word is likewise a revision of the ancient Indian Sanskrit's "upala " which means precious stone. The development of this gemstone started millions of years ago when a mixture of silica and water flowed into cracks and holes in the ground. Over time it hardened and solidified to turn into opal.
Gemstone - Ethiopian Opal- Not Treated, Orange Sapphire- Dyed
Metal - Solid 10K Yellow Gold & Gold Wt. 1.50 gm
Stone Wt. & Size - Ethiopian Opal 0.80 Ct. 7 x 5 mm, Orange Sapphire 0.15 Ct. 2 x 2 mm, Product Weight - 1.69 gm
10k gold quality stamp
Distinctive and captivating qualities of natural stones is that each piece has subtle variation, with unique colors and patterns. As a result, the gemstone in your jewelry may be slightly different from the piece in the picture.