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That’s Hot: Fire Opal Burns Up the Jewelry Scene

From the Paris Biennale to studios in Albuquerque,
Mexican fire opal is showing up in a number of fine jewelry collections. A
selection of stones can be seen in JCK’s February issue, as well as
right here.

 

Vicente Agor

Fire opal pendant necklace in 18k gold; $2,332. Vicente Agor

Ariane Zurcher

Earrings from the Isis Collection feature 9.20 cts. t.w.
fire opal in 18k gold; $2,800. Ariane Zurcher

Carla Amorim

Etnia earrings in 18k gold feature fire opals; $3,040. Carla
Amorim

Arunashi

Opal flower ring features unheated sapphires, rubies, and diamonds in
18k blackened gold; $18,600. Arunashi

Erica Courtney

Maderia citrine, diamond, and fire opal Claire earrings in 18k
gold; $23,400. Erica Courtney

Crevoshay

Fire opal pin/pendant combination in 18k gold; $33,330. Crevoshay

 

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