14k Rose Gold Filled Rough Ethiopian Opal Ring

14k Rose Gold Rough Opal Ring By Sara Reynolds Jewelry
14k Rose Gold Rough Opal Ring By Sara Reynolds Jewelry
14k Rose Gold Rough Opal Ring By Sara Reynolds Jewelry
14k Rose Gold Rough Opal Ring By Sara Reynolds Jewelry

14k Rose Gold Filled Rough Ethiopian Opal Ring


This lovely ring is hand created in 14k rose gold filled, and finished with a 7-8mm rough Ethiopian opal stone. Also available in 14k yellow gold filled, solid 14k gold, and Sterling Silver. 

Gold filled is an actual layer of 14k gold, pressure bonded to brass. The value of gold-filled is greater than gold-plated because gold-filled has an actual layer of karat gold, not just a microscopic film. Gold filled is much more valuable and tarnish resistant. It does not flake off, rub off or turn colors. As a matter of fact, anyone who can wear gold can wear gold filled without worries of any allergic reaction to the jewelry. Gold filled jewelry is an economical alternative to solid gold.

When I create my jewelry I focus, and create an intention of love, prosperity, health, and wellness. So when the owner wears their jewelry they will feel the positive energy flow through their body. I want to empower the owner and help remove negative energy to assist in living a happy and graceful life. Every piece of jewelry I create is a sacred piece and is energized and created from the heart. 

Crystals have been used for their healing and magical properties since the beginning of mankind.  Each type of crystal/gemstone is formed by a specific group of atoms and each carries their own vibrational frequencies (as does everyone and everything in the known universe).  Crystals increase the frequency of light while affecting its movement of photons, allowing them to evolve accordingly with environmental changes and our energy systems. Wearing crystal healing jewelry helps us to focus, transfer, and store this energy which can be received through our auras and chakra systems. 

When selecting your healing crystals or stones, it is important to trust yourself and intuition.  You may be drawn to a particular piece and aren’t exactly sure why, although your unique subtle body knows what it needs, oftentimes before you are consciously aware.

The name Opal is derived from the Sanskrit word "upala", meaning "valuable stone". This is believed to be the root word for the Greek term "opallios", which translates as "color change".

Opal is thought to have been discovered as long as 4,000 years ago, and myths and lore abound in practically all cultures about this brilliant gemstone. The ancient Greeks thought opal to be the tears of Zeus and prized it as highly as diamonds. They believed opal gave the gift of foresight and prophecy, which would ensure the owner's success in war, business and life.

The legend of the Australian aborigine tells that opal is 'creator's footprint that touched the earth at the base of a rainbow to bring harmony'.

The ancient Romans wore opal as a symbol of hope and purity and believed it could cure illness. In ancient India, opal was referred to as the Goddess of the Rainbow, turned to stone. Ancient Arab cultures believed opal had fallen from the sky and that the play of color was trapped lightning. According to Arab lore, opal could make the wearer invisible. The ancient Australian aborigines, however, believed in a more sinister origin. They thought opal to be half serpent and half devil, and that the brightly colored fire within the stone was an attempt to lure them into the devil's lair.

Opal has been thought to have healing powers in many world cultures, and in the middle ages, it became known as the Opthalmius, or Eye Stone, and was thought to strengthen eyesight. Blonde maidens wore opals to protect their hair from fading or darkening.

In the Middle Ages, Opal was considered a stone that could provide great luck because it was believed to possess all the virtues of each gemstone whose color was represented in the color spectrum of the opal.

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