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Bali Designs by Robert Manse Ethiopian Opal and Tanzanite 2-Tone Scrollwork Ring

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Bali Designs by Robert Manse Ethiopian Opal and Tanzanite 2-Tone Scrollwork Ring
An exquisite Ethiopian opal is the star attraction in this handcrafted ring by designer Robert Manse. Sparkling blue tanzanite, sterling silver scrollwork and yellow gold bead accents lend their luster as supporting cast to create a truly artistic jewelry production you'll want to wear again and again!

Design Information
  • Sterling silver ring has oval cabochon of white Ethiopian opal at center of yellow gold bead frame
  • Open work ring base has scrollwork design
  • Round tanzanite accents north/south of center 

Good to Know

  • Gemstones and pearls are sometimes treated to enhance their natural beauty. To learn more and find out about care instructions see details.

 

  • Due to the composition and natural properties of mined gemstones, the product image may show slight differences to the actual stone in color saturation, tone, hue or other gemstone characteristics such as phenomena, color banding and color matrix.

 

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Size Choices: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 or 12
Measurements: Approx. 13/16"L x 13/16"W x 1/4"H; shank 1/8"W
Metal Type: Sterling Silver
Metal Color: White, yellow
Metal Stamp: .925, 18K
Finish: Oxidized, polished
Additional Features: Handcrafted
Country of Origin: Indonesia
Packaging: Boxed

Stone Information (all sizes and weights approximate)

Total Carat Weight: 0.08ct (tanzanite)
White Ethiopian Opal: Oval (10x8mm); mined in Africa
Tanzanite: Round (2mm); mined in Tanzania

Reviews

Bali Designs by Robert Manse Ethiopian Opal and Tanzanite 2-Tone Scrollwork Ring
22 reviews 4.5 out of 5

Review Breakdown

5 Star
72.73% 16
4 Star
13.64% 3
3 Star
4.55% 1
2 Star
9.09% 2
1 Star
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  • gorgeous ring!

    This fine was more beautiful then on tv. It fit perfect and I can't take it off! I can not tell you how happy I am with this ring!

    Emotionalbalance, CA
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  • Stunning

    Beautiful quality

    linda1010455, PA
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  • Breathless

    The intensity of the opal is so great it is unbelievable. The ring design is very detailed, more than usually found for opals. I will say the tanzanite stones are unremarkable, but I am so happy with that because the do not take away from the opal.

    clear1, MI
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  • Spectacular Opal!

    I have been a customer for years. This ring is beautiful,It has the flash along with the blues, greens and purples. Thank you Bali !!!

    PamBoston, MA
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  • Opal ring

    So lovely and lots of fire in the opal. So happy and does not turn on my finger like larger rings sometimes do. Gorgeous impressive ring! My new favorite.

    ekimmerrill, TX
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Bali Designs by Robert Manse

Capture the secrets of paradise. Inspired by the lush landscapes and natural beauty of the world’s most exotic destinations, Robert Manse travels the globe to find craftsmen and jewelers that bring his ideas to life. His exotic jewelry collection exceeds your expectations at every turn with vibrantly colored gems that shine in sterling silver settings and intricate filigree that pays homage to the metalworking traditions of the Balinese.