Fire Opal and Citrine Ring - Size 7 - Sterling Silver
This pretty little ring features a gorgeous fire opal with a bright citrine sidekick, all set in sterling silver.
The main stone is a rare and beautiful Mexican Fire Opal. This particular stone has a cream/off white host rock that holds a shimmering mix of yellows, orange, and even some green flashes. This stone is about 12mm x 8.5mm at its wides points.
Next to it resides a cute little citrine gemstone. This faceted, round stone is a warm yellow and about 2mm in diameter. It is set into solid sterling silver prongs.
The ring is a US size 7 and the half-round ring band is about 1.75mm wide.
This ring is ready to ship and comes gift wrapped.
More about Fire Opal:
Fire opal was born in fire in the ancient volcanoes of Mexico. It forms when water seeps into silica-rich lava. Small pebbles of fire opal are found embedded in lava flows. Fire opal that displays play-of-color is rare, like this one, because volcanic opal forms relatively quickly and the spheres of silica rarely have time to settle into the diffraction grids that create play-of-color.
More about Citrine:
Citrine is one of the birthstones of November. This one is a warm, darker yellow color.