Lightning strikes twice
Rare tanzanite & Australian opal are just the romantic spark you need
Two of the world’s most beautiful and rare gemstones come together for a rare event. We’ve united ethereal violet blue tanzanite and highly-coveted Australian opals into a striking collection of rings all accented with white diamond shanks.
The most precious opals in the world come from Australia, and specifically the town of Lightning Ridge in New South Wales. The value of solid opals has been steadily increasing for many years— with the increasing scarcity of gem-quality opals, it may soon become the most sought-after and precious of all gems.
Tanzanite can only be found in Tanzania itself, in the
shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro. And, according to legend it was a lightning bolt that revealed the rare gemstone beneath the earth.
We recommend taking advantage of this rare occurrence now, because lightning rarely strikes a third time.
- 1 1/2 Carats Total Weight
- (1) 8x6mm Oval Cut Tanzanite, 1 1/6ct
- (2) 7x3.6mm 4 Star Australian Crystal Opal Inlay
- Main deposits from Lambina,Coober Pedy, Lightning Ridge Region
- (16) 1.5mm Round Cut Diamonds, 1/3ctw
- Sits 5.3mm High
- 18.9x10.2mm Design
- 3.4mm Band
- 7 Grams
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