We just completed this Australian opal his and her wedding ring set. The opal is set in 14k gold and accented by sparkling white diamonds. Beautiful blue-green Australian opal inlay surrounds two round brilliant cut round diamonds in each of these unique inlay wedding bands. If you are looking for non-traditional wedding rings, then these opal rings are perfect for you.
His handcrafted wedding ring has 6 pieces of Australian opal inlay accented by 2 channel set diamonds totaling .15 carats. The channel set diamonds are VS clarity and G color. His ring is 6mm wide and is a size 10 1/2. The ring is available in other ring sizes or 14k white gold by special order in 3 to 4 weeks. It is hand signed “MMH” by Mark McBride Hileman on the inside of the ring.
Her handmade 14k gold and diamond ring band is also inlaid with 6 pieces of Australian opal. The Australian opal inlay in her ring is a perfect match to the opal in his ring. Her opal inlay ring features two brilliant round diamonds totaling .10cts. The channel set diamonds are VS clarity and G color. The opal inlay band measures 5.5mm wide at the top and is a size 6 1/4. It is available in other sizes and 14k white gold by special order in 2 to 3 weeks. The ring is hand signed “MMH” on the inside by Mark McBride Hileman and stamped 14k gold. Either ring may be purchased separately or the set may be composed of his and his or hers and hers by special request. For more information about this opal wedding set or to purchase the rings, please visit our Etsy shop or contact us.
If gold is outside of your budget, take a look at this similar his and hers wedding set in sterling silver with white sapphires and Australian opal inlay.
You could almost call these opal rings one of a kind pieces because opal forms under such unique conditions, it is nearly impossible to find two opals exactly the same- even from the same opal mine. Opal is the only gemstone known to man to have the natural ability to diffract light. An opal’s color is created when the voids between the particles split light entering the stone. The size and alignment of the spheres and voids, as well as the light source, determines the colors produced. To view an opal’s color play at its best, the light source must be coming over your shoulder. An opal’s color can cover the full spectrum of the rainbow. The opal in this wedding ring set is high quality genuine Australian opal, not lab grown synthetic opal.