ONE OF A KIND
Artemis Opal Cameo Necklace
The power, strength, and wild within—symbolized by the ancient Greek goddess Artemis—permeate through a slender and fiery Lightning Ridge opal staff in this handmade, one-of-a-kind Cameo necklace. The goddess's ferocity is found in the opal's play of color and a branched crown atop the Lady. Decadent 18k gold and sharp sterling silver add depth to the otherworldly pendant.
9.99ct Lightning Ridge opal Cameo necklace. Available in bright sterling silver with 18k gold. Approximately 7x55mm pendant. 18in chain with lobster clasp closure.
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The Lightning Ridge opal mine is known for producing the famed black opal, but it also produces a variety of vibrant opals with a lustrous play-of-color and fire. Hannah Blount Jewelry works with a variety of opal cutters around the world who procure ethically-sourced, rough opal from local Australian miners. All opals are beloved for their whimsical, kaleidoscopic colors; the word opal comes from the Latin opallios—this describes a person’s ability to perceive the changing of colors.
MOHs Hardness: 5.5-6.5
Origins: Lightning Ridge, NSW Australia
Care: All opals are fragile like glass: be extra careful to avoid abrasive surfaces, and avoid knocking your opal against hard surfaces. Extreme temperature shifts can cause cracks. To keep your opal clean, use warm water with mild soap and a soft toothbrush or cloth. Do not use a steam cleaner or ultrasonic cleaner.
Healing Properties: Precious opals that contain play-of-color are known to stimulate the emotional body and are considered an amplifier stone.