New Australian opal inlay pendant design by Hileman sure to be a collector favorite

Attention all opalholics! Mark Hileman has just completed an outrageous new Australian opal pendant available for immediate purchase on If you love Australian opal jewelry, then this new opal inlay pendant will not disappoint. This stunning handmade 14 karat gold pendant features a blue topaz and incredible Australian opal inlay. A huge 7.3 carat blue topaz appears to be floating in the center of this eye catching pendant. The topaz harmonizes nicely with the 16 pieces of inlaid Australian opal. Each inlay section of the body of the pendant contains two pieces of inlaid blue green opal with one red piece of opal inlay in the middle. The hinged bale is also inlaid with four pieces of outstanding blue green and red firing Australian opal. The remarkable opal will mesmerize you as it flashes different colors of blues, greens, and reds. The .30 carats of G color VS clarity brilliant round diamonds provide additional sparkle to this statement piece. The pendant is stamped 14k gold on the back and is hand signed “MMH” by Mark McBride Hileman for authenticity and collector value.   Purchase the pendant at or get more information about The Hileman Collection and Australian opal at .

One response to “New Australian opal inlay pendant design by Hileman sure to be a collector favorite

  1. Dear Mr. Hileman, I have no idea if you will ever see this but am giving it a try. I have a gold pin stamped on the back with the letters MMH and the date next to it, 1976. It is about an inch and a quarter wide by about an inch high. The subject is a falcon or similar bird, on top of a sun which is offset toward the rear part of the bird. This is an unusual piece of jewelry that was my grandmother’s that nobody had ever seen or wanted after she passed away, so i chose it. It is quite lovely, but I do not really see any jewelry of yours that seems to be the same style..i guess i would just like to know if this is your work or not..which by the way is completely stunning. If there is a way I could find out, that would be great. I have no wish to sell it but would like to know where the heck it came from.


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