Pink Opal Pendant
Channel your inner beauty with this stunning pink opal pendant from cult jewellery designer Bianca Silver. This eye-catching natural pink opal is presented simply to allow its real beauty to shine through.
Wrapped simply but elegantly in 24 carat yellow gold vermeil, this striking dusky pink gemstone has a luminosity all of its own. Said by gemstone lovers to encourage peace and tranquillity, this lovely pink opal piece makes the perfect thoughtful gift for anyone who works too hard. It also makes a perfect personal present to yourself, ideal for promoting relaxation – or simply looking drop dead gorgeous!
A wonderfully versatile pendant, this opal looks great worn as part of a casual ensemble, or layered with other pendant pieces to create a Bohemian look. For more elegant, evening attire, pare back your outfit to allow the stone to shine on its own against gold, green or black.
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Pink Opal 14mm x 10mm
24ct Gold Vermeil
Pendant worn on 24ct Trace chain with lobster clasp connector
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CARE OF GOLD VERMEIL
Gold vermeil is a layer of gold over sterling silver, and requires a little care and attention. Always remove your gold vermeil jewellery when applying scent, lotions and potions, or even better, always put your jewellery on last when getting dressed.
Never wear your gold vermeil jewellery in the shower or when swimming. Chlorine, especially at high temperatures, can permanently damage or discolour your gold vermeil jewellery.
Gently clean your gold vermeil jewellery with a soft polishing cloth.
As with all fine things in life, you should take care to protect your jewellery and always store in a jewellery box, taking care not to drop, or scratch.
CARE OF GEMSTONES
Gemstone hardness is based on a standard called the Mohs scale, where the higher the Mohs scale number, the harder the stone; conversely, the lower the Mohs scale number, the more susceptible the stone is to scratching, chipping, and breaking. It is important to consider this when cleaning, wearing and storing your gemstone jewellery.
The build-up of hand cream, finger prints and general dirt is common amongst your most loved jewellery, and can easily be cleaned. As a rule of thumb, gemstones at 7 and above on the Mohs scale can be cleaned with warm water, a touch of mild detergent and a soft brush.
For gemstones less than 7, swap the soft brush for a soft cloth.
Many gemstones are also susceptible to damage by chemicals, water and even sunlight, where prolonged exposure to the latter may cause them to become paler. Examples include amethyst, ametrine, aquamarine, aventurine, beryl, citrine, kunzite, rose and smoky quartz.
Some gemstones such as opal, pearl and turquoise are fairly porous and should not be immersed in water for too long.
While her South African background and upbringing in the beautiful city of Perth, Western Australia has provided soul for many of her pieces, Australian Jewellery designer Bianca’s inspiration for many of her collections come from her love of fashion and her fascination of natural materials. The Bianc Jewellery journey began when Bianca was a young girl, watching her mother sell beautiful fine diamond jewellery to her clients in utter fascination. Her interest in jewellery at an early age quickly turned into a passion for creating high quality accessories and here she is today combining her love of fashion and her appreciation for quality jewellery. Bianca collaborates with international designers and craftsmen around the globe and her passion for fine details and appreciation for the beauty of a gemstone means that each piece is truly a masterpiece.