Eye of the Ocean
18ct white gold ring, showcasing a natural solid Australian black opal, from Lightning Ridge, NSW. The freeform opal has been set within a moulded 18ct white gold bezel setting, hugging the contours of the opal. Pave set round brilliant cut diamonds encrust the band with pear cut diamonds interspersed on each shoulder.
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- 18ct white gold
- 25.66ct natural solid Australian Black Opal
- 256=2.80ct G/Si Diamonds
- Total weight – 22.1 grams
- Ring Dimensions – W: 20mm L: 44mm
- Setting height – 11mm
- Band Width – 5.5mm (at back)
- Finger size AU: O ½ / USA: 7.5
We aim to dispatch all in-stock items from our Sydney boutique within 1-2 working days. Please allow longer for customisation like resizing etc.
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For deliveries within Australia we offer free Express shipping with Australia Post, with tracking.
All items are fully insured by us from door-to-door.
Please note: All orders to destinations outside Australia are sent on a DDP (Delivery Duty Paid) basis, meaning you are responsible for paying all relevant import taxes and duties.
“The deep blue and green hues in this exquisite stone are like an aerial image of the Australian coral coastlines. It is aptly named ‘Eye of the Ocean’.”
Louie, New York City | July, 2020
“Giulians is synonymous with sophisticated style and mesmerizing quality gems. For years, I have enjoyed custom designing pieces of jewelery with Giulians’ Gary Coffey.
His years of expertise and his eye for selecting and pairing stones for one’s own personal collection has always kept me coming back for more ”
Trys, Sydney | July, 2020
Sarah, UK | January, 2019
“At the end of March I was lucky enough to be on holiday in Sydney and ‘popped’ in to browse your pearls and opals. I was originally met by Gary and was totally blown away by his knowledge and charisma and after settling on a pearl (which was slightly larger than I was originally looking for!) it was set it for me and after a couple of hours I was the proud owner of a South Sea pearl. I’m now back in sunny but chilly England and happy to report that I think my pearl looks as beautiful on a pale English décolleté swathed in a woolly jumper as it did on a sun-kissed warm one!”
Black Opals are the most valuable and rarest form of opals on earth. They display many unique colours, with beautiful patterns. Their play-of-colour or ‘fire’ can show blues, blue-greens through to oranges and reds. Found in the Northwest region of NSW in the mining town of Lightning Ridge.