Opal - October's Birthstone Mythology Pendant
Opal - October's Birthstone Mythology Pendant
Opal - October's Birthstone Mythology Pendant
Opal - October's Birthstone Mythology Pendant
Opal - October's Birthstone Mythology Pendant

Opal - October's Birthstone Mythology Pendant

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Opal is a stone that enhances and reflects the mood of its wearer.  It intensifies and clarifes emotions in order to help bring them finally into balance.  It encourages creativiity, spontaneity, loyalty and faithfulness.  It helps alleviate PMS.


* Opal gemstone

* Brass with 18k gold 

* All recycled metals

* Recycled and recyclable box

* Upcycled silk sari bag for safe keeping


A rainbow trapped inside a gemstone is what they say about opals. The birthstone for Librans is an opal and the Celtic symbol for those born under this star sign is the butterfly, said to represent the eternal soul and symbolic of the Libran power to change and the ability to enchant all those around her.

Wearing an opal helps a Libran in her constant search for balance (the scales) harmony and inner peace.

The body of this butterfly has two large tear drop opals and two small, tear drop opal gemstones. The antennae have tiny dots of aqua enamel at their tips and there is a raised rope edge to the pendant, with a tear drop shaped holder for the chain.


The pendant measures 25mm; the tear drop opals are 8 x 6 mm each and 6 x 4 mm respectively. The metal for both the pendant and the chain is brass with one micron of recycled 18k gold vermeil so the gold should last well. The reason some of our pieces are made of brass, not silver, is that should the vermeil begin to wear off, it will not show nearly so much on brass thus giving your piece a long life of wear. Please take care not to get perfume near the pendant or chain as it erodes the gold vermeil.

The pendant comes with its own chain, which is interspersed with tiny gold balls, and is 18 inches long in total, including a two-inch extension, and fastened with a lobster claw.


Nothing complements a woman’s skin like a gemstone

Gemstones used to be known as semi precious, but these days all gemstones are considered precious as all are rare and their supply is limited. Over the centuries, these gemstones have become associated with great power, beauty and certain healing properties which is one of the many reasons women value them so highly.

Gem Bazaar currently use about fifty different gemstones, although there are many more. Some of the most popular and well known are listed below, along with their origin, meaning and healing properties. Their value is based on what is known as the four ‘C’s’ ~ Carat, Clarity, Colour and Cut.

Authentic gems
  • We use only real & authentic gem stones
  • Each gemstone has powerful healing & spiritual properties
  • Cut and sourced in Jaipur, a world centre for gemstones
Exclusive designs
  • Designed in the studio in England
  • Handcrafted in Jaipur by artisans skilled in the jewellery~making traditions of the Maharajas
  • Only made in small batches
Family business
  • Family owned and managed
  • 150 years of family history in India
  • Long established relationships with our workshops
  • All our metals are recycled
  • All our packaging is recycled, recyclable & upcycled
  • We plant a tree with every order
Charitable giving
  • We support the charity Future Hope giving the street children of Kolkata a home, an education and a future
  • We are an earth positive company working with Green Spark
  • Returns policy - 30 day money back guarantee
  • One year money back guarantee for anything that is faulty
  • UK next day, and speedy global, delivery
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