Silver Foot Ankle Opal Bracelet

Besides the "common" parts of the body, like hands, neck, and ears, the idea of wearing jewelry is known for centuries. There is virtually no part of the body that…

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Oval-Cut Swirl Opal Tennis Bracelet

In ancient Egypt, bracelets were made of gold, silver, stained glass, and precious stones, such as amethyst, Opal, and turquoise. The most commonly used symbols were lotus, snake, falcon, or…

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Silver Created Stone Round S Bracelet

It is interesting to remember that in the 17th and 18th centuries, as numerous historical records show, jewelry becomes even more critical than in previous times. Not in a sense…

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10 Carat Opal Gemstone Tear Drop Bracelet

Do you like the jewelry style that the designers are announcing for this season! Bold accessories are in trend, like very expressive bracelets, which reflect a fearless attitude. Suppose you…

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Heart-Shaped Opal and Aquamarine Bracelet

Those who remember the 60s and the 70s, when Hippie culture was dominant, will immediately remember exciting jewelry pieces. This culture promoted bracelets made out of colorful beads, seeds, shells,…

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Princess-Cut 2 Carat Opal Necklace

When it comes to extremely lavish jewelry, jewelry makers used an incredible technique of creation before modern times, which is very difficult or even impossible to copy today. In these…

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Blue Created Opal Oval Drop Necklace

In Roman times, jewelry was a luxury; however, unique pieces were created for those who could afford it, like royalty. Today, those beautiful pieces of jewelry found their new home…

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Natural Opal and Swiss Blue Topaz Pendant

There is a belief that every color has symbolism that is extremely important when making jewelry that included precious stones.For example, yellow and gold were associated with the Sun, the…

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Antique Black Opal Teardrop Necklace

In the past, jewels were used to decorate the mummies of rulers to live in abundance and prosperity in the other world. Mummies with beautiful crowns, necklaces, bracelets, and rings…

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Silver Oval Opal Pendant

Wearing jewelry in some other times in the past, and now is quite different, since we now wear it because we want to express ourselves. To look beautiful or to…

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Sterling Silver White Oval Ring

Jewelry fashion changes a lot. In one moment, the most popular rings are big statement pieces, and in other smaller and more discreet, almost unnoticeable. Maybe nowadays there are no…

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Cabochon White Synthetic Opal Stone Ring

Do you love large, statement pieces, well-designed jewelry, or a small but valuable gold piece of jewelry? White or yellow? Decorated with precious stones, or extremely simple, even little? Discreet…

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White Lab-Created Opal Heart Ring

Choices in life are often very hard, especially if the options are what you will buy for someone you love, and this is particularly true when you will choose the…

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Natural Opal Stone Ring

Opal and silver go very well that it is not surprising why so many people choose this combination to wear or gift someone. People that are lovers of this combination…

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Art Deco Opal Ring with Round Zirconia

Jewelry is impossible to outgrow. With each clothing combination, all fashion styles, and different ages, there are appropriate pieces of jewelry.  They are for every moment. You can find just…

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