Black spinel is a gemstone made of magnesium oxide and magnesium-aluminum oxide. It is one of the rarest and most valuable gemstones. At the same time, it is one of the most mysterious ones.
Spinels are allochromatic gemstones. This means that when the mineral is pure, it's colorless. Colors are derived only from the presence of trace elements acting as chromophores. Chromium, iron, and cobalt are the most common chromophores in spinel.
Peruvian opal is a type of common opal with a blue color. It has veins of blue Chrysocolla running through it. This opal can be found in Chile, Argentina, and Peru. It makes for beautiful jewelry.
GRAND DESIGN: This ring is creatively crafted and accentuated with Peruvian Opal constituted with matrix set with utmost precision
- STURDY METAL: The ring is forged in 950 copper, known for its durability and natural elegance with 14K rose gold finish that offers a long-lasting shine