Mini Blue Manmade Simulated Opal Stacking Ring – Trisha Flanagan

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Mini Blue Manmade Simulated Opal Stacking Ring - Trisha Flanagan
Mini Blue Manmade Simulated Opal Stacking Ring - Trisha Flanagan
Woman holding a Mini Blue Manmade Simulated Opal Stacking Ring - Trisha Flanagan
Woman holding a Mini Blue Manmade Simulated Opal Stacking Ring - Trisha Flanagan
Mini Blue Manmade Simulated Opal Stacking Ring - Trisha Flanagan
Mini Blue Manmade Simulated Opal Stacking Ring side view - Trisha Flanagan
Different size Manmade Simulated Opals and genuine opals Stacking Rings - Trisha Flanagan

Mini Blue Manmade Simulated Opal Stacking Ring

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DETAILS - Only 4 sizes available - No Plans to Restock

  • Material: Sterling Silver
  • Stone: 3mm Blue Manmade Simulated Opal
  • Birthstone: October
  • Band Thickness: 1.5mm
  • Size range: 6US; 7US; 8US and 9US
  • Style: Minimalist
  • Finish: Polished Silver
  • Ships from a small business in Canada
  • Handmade Item 

Due to the handmade process, each ring will be slightly different from the ones pictured.

This ring is available in sizes 6US to 9US

Don't know your size? You can purchase an inexpensive ring sizer HERE

What is a Manmade Simulated Opal? The slow growth of Man-made simulated Opal results in a similar structure and material balance as natural precious opals, but with increased durability and structural stability.

Simulated opals do not contain water like natural opals do--making them less vulnerable to changes in temperature, humidity and heat. Gemologists and industry experts agree, since no simulated man-made opal contains water, none of this material can legitimately be called "synthetic." Instead, the industry advocates calling all manufactured opal materials "man-made simulated."

CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Avoid exposing the man-made simulated opal ring to chemicals, including jewellery cleaning fluid. Chemicals can damage or discolour synthetic opal. Instead, use water mixed with vinegar or gentle soap. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush to lightly scrub or buff the ring and synthetic opal gemstone. Carefully rinse with water. Use a soft cloth, such as silk or cotton, to dry the man-made opal ring after cleaning. Or leave your synthetic opal ring out to air dry. 

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