This opal comes packing a punch! Bold warm tones shine in high light, while green tones come put an an off angle. Lighting changes the colors, but looks great in any situation. Placing it the the hair is a great way to display the opal, while also keeping it safe. The opal I cut from a seam of coober pedy rough, orienting the fire right on the surface.
Hair accessories is a new avenue for me in jewelry making. I think this could be a great medium with endless possibilities. If you would like to talk custom, please shoot me a message.
Approximately 4 inches on length. Made with forged brass for springy tension, and a silver bezel. Look through the pictures to see the opal in different lighting.
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