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Frequently Asked Questions

What you spend on an engagement ring is completely up to the individual. Depending on what stage you are in life, ie studying or saving for a house should be considered when shopping for an engagement ring. Our engagement rings start from round $2000 and we are happy to work within a price range you have in mind. 

While opals are very popular among women, men also wear them. There are several reasons why women prefer opals over diamonds. First, opals are rarer than diamonds. Second, each opal is unique. Third, opals are not as expensive as diamonds. Fourth, opals are softer and more comfortable to wear. Fifth, opals are hypoallergenic. Sixth, opals are environmentally friendly because they are mined sustainably. Seventh, opals are durable. Eighth, opals are non-toxic. Ninth, opals are affordable. Tenth, opals are eco-friendly. And finally, opals are sustainable.

There are many ways to use opals in jewelry designs. Some designers incorporate opals into wedding bands, necklaces, earrings, bracelets, pendants, rings, and brooches.

If you're thinking about buying an opal engagement ring, here are some things to consider:

1) Make sure the stone is real. Fake opals are made out of glass or plastic. Real opals are found naturally in the earth.

2) Check the color. Most opals are white, yellow, pink, blue, green, brown, red, orange, purple, black, gray, tan, or cream.

3) Look at the shape. Round, oval, pear, heart, square, octagon, teardrop, and marquise are common shapes.

4) Consider the cut. Opals should be cut cleanly and smoothly.

5) Choose a setting style. Traditional settings include prong, channel, and invisible.

6) Find a reputable dealer. Buying from a reputable dealer ensures quality and safety.

7) Shop around. Compare prices between dealers. Ask friends and family members who own opal engagement rings for recommendations.

8) Be careful when shopping online. Many websites sell fake opals.

9) Don't forget to ask questions. Before buying, ask the seller about sizing, quality, and availability.

10) Keep in mind that opals are fragile. Store them carefully. Avoid putting them in tight boxes or bags.

11) Clean your opal regularly. Use warm water and mild soap. Never put hot water near an opal.

The most important factor in keeping your Opal engagement ring looking its best is proper cleaning. Most jewelry stores offer this service at no cost. However, if you're not comfortable going to a store, there are many online services available.

Here are some tips for cleaning your Opal engagement ring:

1) Use only water and soap. Do NOT use abrasive cleaners. These can scratch the surface of the Opal.

2) Never put your Opal ring in the dishwasher. This can cause damage to the stone.

3) Avoid putting your Opal ring in a microwave oven. Heat can warp the metal band surrounding the stone.

4) Store your Opal ring in its original box. This keeps moisture out of the stone.

5) Keep your Opal ring away from heat sources.

6) Don't wear your Opal ring during sleep. Sleeping causes the skin to sweat, which can leave residue on the stone.

7) Take off your Opal ring whenever you shower or bathe. Showering or bathing can cause the skin to perspire, which can leave residue behind on the stone.

8) To remove stubborn dirt, rub a soft toothbrush over the area where the dirt is located.

9) After removing the dirt, rinse your Opal ring thoroughly with warm water.

10) Dry your Opal ring completely before storing it.

11) Be careful when handling your Opal ring. Your fingers can easily slip and touch the stone.

12) Make sure you never drop your Opal ring. Dropping your ring can crack the stone.

13) Always store your Opal ring in an airtight container. Moisture can ruin your ring.

14) Check your Opal ring regularly. Look for cracks or chips in the stone. If you find anything wrong with your ring, contact your jeweler immediately.

15) If you notice any discoloration in your Opal ring, take it back to your jeweler. He or she can repair the stone.

It is difficult to evaluate opal because each stone is unique. In general, opals are rarer than diamonds because there are fewer high-quality opals available than diamonds. The good news is that you can find a gem-quality opal at a great price, especially when compared to a diamond.

Some of the rarest opals in the world surpass even diamonds on a price per carat scale, such as The Eternal Flame, the rarest opal in the world. Opals are in a class by themselves. As a species, opal is so unique that it has its own descriptive vocabulary.

More than any other gem, each opal is distinctly individual. Opals are also the most delicate gemstones that are commonly used and require special care. Black opals are very expensive because they are so hard to find. Gems are formed when a solution of silicone dioxide and water evaporates from the cracks of the sandstone and the darker the tone of the body, the more desirable is a black opal. This composition means that they are more delicate than diamonds. Extreme heat can damage its shine.

October's birthstone, opal, symbolizes fidelity and trust. The word comes from the Latin word opalus, which means “precious jewel”, and from the Greek word opallios, which means “to see a change of color”. In mystical circles, opal is considered a stone that represents hope, innocence and purity. It has strong connotations of happiness, fidelity, loyalty and trust. The meaning of opal is amplification, hope and purity.

It is said that precious opal, with its display of fire, can awaken creativity, and that the dance of its fire can help people enjoy their lives. Light-colored gemstones have long been associated with helping people to be less visible to others and also to improve eyesight.

The gemstone has been associated with the sacral chakra, whose imbalances can cause problems with addictions. Some people believe that opal can help moderate and harmonize sexual desires. European cultures have long believed that opal is a symbol of hope, purity and truth. White opal is the astrological gemstone of the zodiac sign Libra. Until 1912, it also served as the official birthstone for those born in October. It has long been associated with purity, love, kindness and nurturing.

The ancient Greeks believed that opals gave their owners the gift of prophecy and protected them from disease. Europeans have long considered the gem a symbol of hope, purity and truth. Hydrophane opals are wonderful for using the energy of water, the energy of stillness, silent force and purification.

Real opal is very homogeneous from different sides. First, check if the opal has a black or white lining or backing. If it does, then the mineral combination is man-made, and depending on how many colors you have, you may be holding a doublet or a triplet.

Most genuine solid opals have an irregularity in this area (curved or bumpy due to their natural formation), whereas an artificial stone will be perfectly flat because the two sections are flattened so that they can stick together. Take special care if the opal is set in jewelry and you can't see its back or side.

Check if the opal is transparent or if it has a white body tone. If you do, you can be pretty sure it's a genuine solid opal. If you have a dark body, there is a possibility that it is a doublet or a triplet, since they have an artificial black backing that causes a dark body tone. To identify real opal, view it from the side. It is not composed of different layers; it has no column structure or lizard skin effect on the surface. Real opal is made of silica, not glass, plastic, or resins.

Yes! an opal ring can be worn every day because of it's versatility. It requires some special care, because it is not as hard as a diamond, for example, but it is not so delicate that it cannot be worn daily.

Here is a trick in finding out your partner's ring size.

You can see if they wear a ring on their right hand ring finger. Then lay it down flat on a ruler going through the middle of the ring, take a quick photo. We will be able to count how many mm's the inside diameter is.


Use our downloadable ring sizer tool and get the perfect fit every time... Just print, cut and measure.

NOTE: Be sure to scale print out to 100%.

Some say engagement ring is more important because you typically wear it on your left hand on your wedding day while your wedding ring is typically worn on the right hand.

There is no right answer to this question as it is a matter of preference. Some people prefer a wedding ring as it is more of a commitment, some prefer engagement rings as they are a specific symbol of the engagement.

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