Opal Jewelry

Looking for a jewelry piece that captures the beauty of the universe? Our opal jewelry collection is the perfect choice. With its iridescent and mesmerizing color play, opal jewelry is a truly unique and stunning addition to any jewelry collection. From delicate necklaces to intricate rings, our opal jewelry collection has something for everyone. Discover the magic of opal jewelry today and let its beauty shine bright.

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Buy Custom Opal Jewelry in Columbus, Ohio

Welcome to Morgan's Treasure, your go-to destination for custom opal jewelry in Columbus, OH. Our stunning collection of opal jewelry is as unique as it is breathtaking, and each piece is crafted with the utmost care and attention to detail.

Opals are one of the most mesmerizing gemstones, with a play of colors that is truly mesmerizing. At Morgan's Treasure, we believe that jewelry should be an expression of individuality, and that's why we offer custom design services for all of our opal jewelry. Our team of expert artisans will work with you to create a one-of-a-kind piece that reflects your personal style and taste.

We use only the highest quality materials, including ethically sourced opals and precious metals, to ensure that our jewelry is as beautiful as it is durable. From classic opal solitaire rings to bold opal necklaces and earrings, we have a wide range of styles to choose from.

At Morgan's Treasure, we understand that purchasing custom jewelry is a significant investment, and that's why we offer a variety of financing options to help make your dream piece of jewelry a reality. Our team of knowledgeable and friendly sales associates are always available to answer any questions you may have and guide you through the purchasing process.

Experience the luxury and elegance of custom opal jewelry from Morgan's Treasure. Visit us today at our Columbus location and let us help you create the perfect piece of jewelry that you will cherish for years to come.

What Are the Different Types of Opal?

Opal is a beautiful gemstone known for its stunning play-of-color, which gives it a unique iridescence. There are several types of opal, each with its own distinctive characteristics. Here are some of the most well-known types of opal. If you are looking for a specific type of Opal jewelry, then we can customize it for you! Contact us about it!

Precious Opal

Precious opal is the most valuable and sought-after type of opal due to its play-of-color, which displays vibrant flashes of spectral colors when the stone is moved under light. Precious opal can occur in a variety of base colors, from white and colorless to black.

Fire Opal

Fire opal is characterized by its fiery orange, red, or yellow body color. Unlike precious opal, fire opal typically does not exhibit play-of-color. Instead, it is valued for its vivid, warm hues. Fire opal is often found in Mexico, but it can also be found in other locations around the world.

Black Opal

Black opal is a type of precious opal with a dark body color, which provides a dramatic backdrop for its vibrant play-of-color. The term "black" can be misleading, as black opal can display a range of base colors, from dark gray to jet black. The most prized black opals come from Lightning Ridge, Australia.

White Opal

White opal is a type of precious opal with a light or white body color. Its play-of-color tends to be softer and more subdued compared to black opal. White opal is often found in South Australia, and it can exhibit a range of pastel hues.

Crystal Opal

Crystal opal is a type of precious opal with a transparent to translucent body color, allowing light to pass through the stone. This transparency enhances the play-of-color, creating a captivating visual effect. Crystal opal can occur in various base colors and is highly prized for its clarity and brilliance.

Boulder Opal

Boulder opal is a type of precious opal that forms within ironstone matrix or host rock. The opal is often found in thin seams or patches within the host rock, creating a striking contrast between the opal and its surrounding matrix. Boulder opal is primarily found in Queensland, Australia.

Matrix Opal

Matrix opal is formed when precious opal forms within a host rock, creating a mosaic-like pattern of opal within the matrix. This type of opal is often cut en cabochon to showcase the intricate patterns and colors of the opal against the background of the host rock.

Hydrophane Opal

Hydrophane opal is a porous variety of opal that has the ability to absorb water. When soaked in water, hydrophane opal becomes temporarily transparent, revealing its play-of-color more vividly. This property makes it popular among opal enthusiasts for enhancing the gemstone's appearance.

Jelly Opal

Jelly opal is a translucent to semi-translucent variety of opal with a jelly-like appearance. It often displays a soft, glowing play-of-color and is prized for its ethereal beauty. Jelly opal can occur in various base colors and is sometimes used in jewelry as cabochons or beads.

Wood Opal

Wood opal, also known as opalized wood or petrified wood, is a type of opal formed when silica-rich water replaces the organic material of fossilized wood. The resulting opal retains the structure of the original wood, often displaying intricate patterns and textures. Wood opal can exhibit play-of-color or solid coloration, depending on the quality of the specimen.

Hyalite Opal

Hyalite opal, also called water opal or glass opal, is a colorless to milky-white variety of opal with a glassy appearance. It does not typically display play-of-color but may exhibit a faint blue or green fluorescence under ultraviolet light. Hyalite opal is valued for its clarity and transparency, often used in ornamental pieces and carvings.

Moss Opal

Moss opal, also known as dendritic opal or moss agate opal, is a type of opal characterized by the presence of dendritic or moss-like inclusions within the stone. These inclusions are typically composed of manganese or other minerals and create intricate patterns resembling foliage or moss. Moss opal is prized for its unique natural designs and can occur in various base colors.

Fire Agate Opal

Fire agate opal is a type of opalized agate that exhibits vibrant flashes of color, similar to precious opal. It is formed through the replacement of agate with opal silica, resulting in a gemstone with a unique combination of opalescence and agate banding. Fire agate opal is highly prized for its iridescence and striking visual appeal.