Edwardian, opal and diamond cluster ring, circa 1900. Set to centre a wonderful vibrant opal in a mixture of green and blue tones framed by a boarder of delicate single cut diamonds in a platinum and 18ct yellow gold setting. The opal has an otherworldly quality, it would have be mined in Australia which produces around 95% of the worlds opals. The majority of this Opal is white Opal from the fields of Coober Pedy in South Australia. The ring has been designed to sit low on the finger, making it easy to wear.