Matching handmade his and hers sterling silver wedding ring set inlaid with Australian opal and purple sugilite accented by white sapphires.
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Australian Opal and Sugilite Wedding Ring Set with Sapphires

Price: $1,050.00
  • Item #: CS001MD256ssWSopalsug
  • Manufacturer's Product Number: MD256CS001ssWSopalsugilite
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Matching his and hers sterling silver wedding ring set inlaid with Australian opal and purple sugilite accented by white sapphires. Beautiful inlaid blue-green Australian opal alternates with purple sugilite inlay.  There are two round brilliant cut white sapphires set in the center of each of these unique wedding bands. His wedding ring has 2 brilliant white sapphires totaling .16 carats. His ring is approximately 6mm wide with a slight taper toward the bottom. The rings are available by special order only- not in stock. The rings are hand signed "MMH" by Mark Hileman on the inside of the ring.

Her wedding band has 2 channel set white sapphires totaling .10 carats. The blue-green Australian opal and sugilite inlay in her ring is a perfect match to the opal in his band. Her ring measures 5.5mm wide with a slight taper toward the bottom. It is also available in other sizes and color combinations.

Sapphire is a precious gemstone that occurs in a variety of colors. Sapphire and ruby are both corundum, composed essentially of aluminum oxide (Al2O3). Corundum is the hardest of all gemstones, following diamond, with a hardness of nine. The most common colors found in nature are red (Ruby) and blue (Sapphire). The color is caused by traces of metallic oxide impurities such as chromium, iron or titanium. In rare cases, white sapphire is found in nature. If pure, all corundum (Sapphire) would be colorless.

Opal has been mined worldwide, however, Australia accounts for 96% of all commercial opal and is the main source of precious opal. Australian Opal is mined in many locations throughout New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia. The main areas of production are Mintabie, Lightning Ridge, Coober Pedy, Andamooka and Queensland. Most opal in Australia is found in Cretaceous rock with one exception; opal from the Mintabie area is found in Paleozoic rock. Australian Opal may form in vertical or horizontal seams in the sandstone as well as in fossilized formations. Because of the unique conditions under which opal is formed, it is nearly impossible to find two opals exactly the same. Opal is the only gemstone known to man to have the natural ability to diffract light. An opal's color is created when the voids between the particles split light entering the stone. The size and alignment of the spheres and voids, as well as the light source, determines the colors produced. To view an opal's color play at its best, the light source must be coming over your shoulder. An opal's color can cover the full spectrum of the rainbow.

These rings may be purchased as a set or sold separately.  Also available as a His and His ring set or Hers and Hers combinations.

Finger Size (PLEASE READ!)
It is very important that you give us your correct size when ordering as it is difficult to adjust the size without using a laser welder and risking damage to the ring. The paper finger sizers you might find on the internet and print out are not accurate so please do not use them. We have experimented and found that they vary from a 1/4 size to a full size in error. The only acceptable way to measure your finger size is with a set of ring finger sizers.  Please visit a local jeweler (or two) and get your finger sized properly. You should use a sizer that is similar in width to the ring you intend to purchase. We depend on you, the customer, to provide us with the correct size so please DO NOT ESTIMATE OR GUESS. Special order size rings and made to order rings are NOT RETURNABLE.

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