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Sparkly diamonds decorate the North, South, East, and West of a gorgeously fiery white opal cabochon. Opal takes its name from the Roman opalus which translates to "precious stone". Ancient Romans also called the opal Paederos (translated as "Cupid"), a pet name for the gemstone to describe its unimpeachable beauty. For the woman purchasing this ring for herself, you may reap a valuable benefit, too: use an opal to release your inhibitions and channel optimism and creativity.

This product is final sale.


  • Materials

    7.5 x 5.6mm opal cabochon, four .05ct recycled diamonds, 14k yellow gold. We also make this style with an emerald or a sapphire.

  • Age

    Contemporary. Handmade in Portland, Oregon.

  • Size

    Oval center stone measures approx 7x5mm. Band is 2mm wide.

  • Lead Time

    Please allow 6 weeks. See terms of sale below.


In Mesoamerica and North America a number of traditional indigenous cosmologies include four cardinal directions and a center.

Image: Sun Stone or Aztec Calendar Stone, found in Tenochtitlan in 1789, Mexico, Azteca civilization, 15th century.

please note:Terms of Sale

Please allow 6 weeks for us to build this ring to your specifications. While it can be resized in the future (for an additional fee of $90), it is considered a special custom order and therefore is final sale. It is non-returnable and not eligible for exchange.