Sterling Silver Multistone Fire Opal Celtic Band Rings
About Sterling Silver Multistone Fire Opal Celtic Band Rings
The never-ending Celtic knots depicted on our sterling silver multistone fire opal celtic band rings symbolize the interconnectedness of life. The designs of Celtic rings are inspired by the art and manuscripts of medieval Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Endless interwoven knots, looping braids, interlaced lines and distinctive crosses give Celtic rings their unique and distinctive style that appeals to people all around the world. The most beautiful sterling silver multistone fire opal celtic band rings and Celtic wedding rings have patterns inspired by the famous Book of Kells, an illuminated Gospel from the year 800 with exquisite illustrations. Claddagh rings, with a design of a crowned heart held between two hands symbolizing love, friendship and loyalty, are the most popular celtic rings. One of the most popular symbols in sterling silver multistone fire opal celtic band rings is the Triqueta, a three-sided symbol of the trinity. The triqueta also refers to the nature's air, earth, and water and man's mind, body, and spirit. Gemvara selects the finest possible materials to make our sterling silver multistone fire opal celtic band rings to order, just for you. Our precious metals are recycled or responsibly mined. Born in the fire of Mexico's volcanoes, fire opal's natural bright orange is unmatched in the gem kingdom. Gemvara's fire opal is faceted for extra brilliance. Sterling silver is a precious metal with a bright, cool white shine. Gemvara's silver jewelry is crafted in premium Argentium 960, which resists tarnish better than generic sterling silver. Gemvara's fine quality sterling silver multistone fire opal celtic band rings are handcrafted to our exacting standards in America.
Fire Opal Quality
The fire opal is all about unity; in fact it symbolizes the unity of two polar opposites: fire and water. Fire opal forms when water seeps into silica-rich red, hot lava, filling all its crevices. Then the silica forms a solid gel, trapping the remaining water within its structure. This vivid gem's beauty also will remind you of flames. Color is the most important factor to consider in picking the perfect fire opal and a vivid orange hue means it is of fine quality. Unlike most opal, fire opal is faceted and has brilliance, as well as a bright, day-glow, orange color. Born in the fire of Mexico's volcanoes, fire opal's natural, bright orange color is unmatched in the gem kingdom. Cut is more important than clarity when choosing your fire opal because fire opal often has a welcome haziness that actually increases the vibrancy of its color. Opal is the October birthstone and the 14th anniversary gem. All Gemvara jewelry is made to order, which ensures that a premium-quality fire opal will be hand-selected to perfectly suit your design. Crafted in the United States, Gemvara's fine fire opal jewelry is precious and personal, surely to be passed down for generations to come.
Shop With Confidence
We can help right away. Chat with a jewelry expert now!