It's easy to see why civilizations throughout the ages have fallen in love with opals. Its pin fire flashes of iridescent pinks and greens on moonlight have mesmerized admirers since the beginning of time. Over the years, they came to symbolize such characteristics as hope, purity, prophecy, and foresight. The Romans called the opal the "King of Gems" since it contained all the hues of the rainbow in addition to the colors of other gems.
To pay proper homage to this luminous beauty, Stauer showcases a 2-carat opal with 12 chevrons of pavé-set sparkling white stones in a 14K gold vermeil split-band ring.