Statement charm bracelet featuring a cotton candy pink opal cabochon surrounded by glass pearls and sparkly aquamarine and diamond Swarovski crystals; mounted on a 1.2" diameter Florentine brass disc. Originally a brooch.
Providence, Rhode Island
Chunky neon yellow acrylic curb link bracelet with textured golden toggle clasp. 8" long.
Unknown Maker, 1990s
Pink opals are important to a number of cultures. Ancient Egyptians crowned their Pharaohs with pink opals and the Cherokee consider them one of the seven sacred stones.
Pink opals are compassionate and nurturing stones, encouraging the wearer to be their authentic self, without worrying what others think. They calm anxious nerves, balance and center emotions, and provide a sense of peace and tranquility.
Opal is the October birthstone.
Each piece is numbered and arrives in a protective pouch with a dated certificate presenting its provenance, meaning + symbolism.
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