Necklace Australian Opal Gem Candy 3


So pretty and modern, this teeny tiny opal is the centrepiece on a multi stone bead gemstone necklace that sparkles in the light. 

  • This centrepiece is a tiny opal.
  • The necklace is made from many gemstone seed beads, including natural Turquoise, Herkimer Diamonds, Peridot, Citrine, Amethyst and more.
  • Opal is .7cm across. Pendant hangs at 1.1cm including the bail.
  • Necklace is 42cm long.
  • Every Noosa Studio Opal Pendant comes in a beautifully packaged in a jewellery box with a matching microfibre pouch.

Gemstone Details

The necklace is made from many gemstone seed beads, including natural Turquoise, Herkimer Diamonds, Peridot, Citrine, Amethyst

Small Australian opal in the centre

Designed in the Noosa Opal Cutting and Jewellery Studio.

Responsibly sourced solid Australian Opal pendant.

Birthstone Details

October: Opal, a captivating gem renowned for its enchanting play of colours, is a symbol of creativity, inspiration, and imagination. Much like the ever-changing ocean, opal's kaleidoscope of hues mirrors the dynamic nature of life. In ancient times, Greeks believed that opals granted the gift of prophecy and protection from disease. Throughout history, Europeans considered opal as a symbol of purity, hope, and truth.

December: Turquoise, a vibrant blue-green gem, symbolises protection, fortune, and health. Its colour captures the essence of the natural world's beauty.

April: April's birthstone, the diamond, is the ultimate symbol of everlasting love and strength. Diamonds are renowned for their timeless and resilient allure.

August: Peridot, a bright green gem, is a symbol of harmony, good health and has historically been used as a protective talisman.

November: Citrine, a sunny gem, represents positivity, calmness, and success.

February: Amethyst, the February birthstone, is a calming purple gem known for its spiritual significance. It's often associated with personal empowerment and inner strength, with some attributing mystical powers to it. Amethyst is even said to cure drunkenness and enhance quick-wittedness in business.

Jewellery Care

Please take really good care of your opal jewellery, avoid any chemical contact including make up, perfume and hairspray. Opals are somewhat fragile and can chip, shatter and be damaged by dropping or any sharp impact. Store in a cloth or a soft jewellery case.

Please be careful with any cosmetic chemical around natural gems as they can damage the surface.

Refrain from putting undue pressure on the necklace.
Dropping your good jewellery can result in stones becoming loose or chipping.