Opal Stacking Rings

These rings consist of multiple bands that are worn together as a group. Each band can be in silver, 9ct gold, 18ct or Platinum. The two outer bands, known as "end cheeks" are usually a smooth finish in various cross section shapes and form book-ends to the rest of the group. The central bands can be textured, smooth or patterned. Finally stones are mounted on the bands to form a coherent yet exciting combination of form colour and pattern.

Special features

The rings in this selection have Opals as their main central feature. The top row have Australian boulder opals. These tend to be free form shapes whilst the bottom row have crystal opals also from Australia, which are cut into more formal shapes like ovals or Marquise shapes.