Opal Nova Necklace
The spectacular and powerful last stage of a star’s life cycle - a supernova. This stellar event is a luminous explosion scattering stardust and elements in every direction. It’s big, it’s bold, it’s the herald of something new and unknown.
Ready to make a big bang? I finally decided to make this piece part of my regular collection after I kept getting requests for a bigger version of the Polaris choker like the one of a kinds I’d made. This piece is over an inch in length and ¾ of an inch wide.
The stone in the center is a jaw dropping large lab grown opal, mainly blueish in color with flashes of green iridescence and moments lavender. They are all different and they are all stunners.
Choose between gold tone bronze or sterling silver for your finish. This piece hangs on an adjustable 14-16” gold filled or sterling silver chain. As always, longer chain is available upon request for no extra charge, just let me know what you need!
Curious about what makes Iron Oxide “sustainable jewelry?” Learn more about lab-grown and synthetic opals and why they are a more eco-friendly alternative to natural gemstones HERE
Like natural opals, lab grown opals are all different! Your stones will look very similar to the ones pictured but each stone is unique!
The piece is made with bronze that mimics a lovely gold tone. Read more about using bronze as a sustainable alternative to gold HERE