Balance - An Opal Torii Gate Pendant - Andamooka Opal

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Stone Type: 
Opal - Andamooka
Setting Type: 
18k Yellow Gold
Sterling Silver
Stone Cut: 
Free Form
Stone Color: 
Multi-Colored on Black
Stone Treatment: 
Stone Origin: 
SKU: PE225


Find balance in this Japanese Torii gate inspired piece. These gates represent a portal between the ordinary to the sacred. Here represented by the opal. Millions of years went into the transformation of this stone from regular rock, to an incredible fireworks display that it is today.

Total Length: 17-19" (Adjustable)
Stone: Solid Australian andamooka matrix opal (Treated with clear opticon, vintage, from a 1970's collection)
Metalwork: Solid Sterling Silver and 18k yellow gold
Chain: Solid Sterling Silver

The pendant can slide along the 3.1/4" long pendant bar (Which can also be worn separately). The pendant can also be removed from this chain and bar assembly and worn alone on a different chain.

This sliding movement services as a peaceful reminder that all is changing around us, and we can influence this change, for the better or the worse. Be Mindful.

The stone is held in place securely with 4 solid 18k yellow gold rods. These are each sunk into the stone in 4 hand drilled holes on the sides. There is a slight amount of play in the stone, but it will not come out.

The remaining metalwork is solid sterling silver, all hand fabricated from solid sterling bars and rods. The pendant was then oxidized along with the bar, and then hand finished at the ends to transition from dark to light. The ends off the band, and the chain being a satin finish.

The chain has an extension on it and can be adjusted from 17" - 19"

This is a one of a kind piece and is finished and ready to ship.


Balance - An Opal Torii Gate Pendant - Andamooka Matrix Opal hand made crafted fabricated silversmith gold droplets rectangular levitation modern Japanese
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