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Opal Doublets and Emeralds. This set is composed by a pair of bright Australian Opal doublet and two vivid Zambian Emeralds. The perfect combination for your bespoke jewelry. We attach photos of a pair of earrings that we mounted for a customer with emeralds and opal doublets (these earrings are not included in the price).
Emerald is the birthstone of May, it is usually used in jewelry as a gift for the 20th and 35th wedding anniversaries, is the symbol of immortality and faith. The Opal is associated with good luck, it is the birthstone for October and the gem fo 14th wedding anniversaries.
The name for the opal comes from the Sanskrit word "Upala", meaning precious stone or stone par excellence.
The Greek word "opallios" means "to see a change of colors".
The opal is an amorphous substance that belongs to the silica group. It is formed by a series of spherical microscopic structures of various sizes, which diffract light to show a beautiful play of colors.
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MdMaya Gems uses the following clarity scale when grading gemstones.
Setting aside translucent and opaque gemstones, the first classification to take into account is:
EYE CLEAN: Appears clean to the unaided eye. (Type 1, 2 and 3)
Type 1: Minute inclusions difficult to see with the unaided eye.
Type 2: Minor inclusions easy to see with the unaided eye.
Type 3: Noticeable inclusions apparent to the unaided eye.
Type 1: Minor inclusions somewhat easy to see with the unaided eye.
Type 2: Noticeable inclusions apparent to the unaided eye.
Type 3: Obvious inclusions very apparent to the unaided eye.
HEAVILY included: prominent inclusions that have a negative effect on appearance or durability.
SEVERELY INCLUDED: prominent inclusions that have a severe effect on appearance or durability or both. (Type 1, 2 and 3).
All our gemstones have been analyzed by a qualified gemologist. Each precious stone comes with a gemological certificate to guarantee its authenticity, as well as describing its unique characteristics.
Pictures in this website might not reflect the intensity and brightness of the real color of the gemstone. Additionally, the pictures might not properly represent the real size of the gem (provided in millimeters). Do not hesitate in requesting more graphic documentation of the precious stone for any clarifications. This will be provided shortly to accommodate your needs.
The photographs of the inclusions, if any, are a distinctive sign NATURAL origin.
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