*1906:Captivating Antique Mexican Fire Opal Necklace

This family heirloom was purchased in 1906 in Mexico while on Holiday.With a rustic and rough appeal ,it is breath taking in it's own way.The workmanship of this handmade necklace was a well thought out and and assembled one. A total chain of 52" of brass,copper and fire opals. Twelve raw and untreated fire opals have been carved into tear drop shapes that measure 1" long.They have been patterned into a chain of brass links spaced with some primitive and unusual spacers of brass tubes with copper lantern shaped pillows on either end.When not held or hit directly to the light the opals have a pure milky white color that seems to absorb any color it is placed next to.When hit by light they they become saturated with a bright and even red to orange color.Just in case you are in need of a good excuse, opal is a symbol of hope,the birthstone for October and used for 14th wedding anniversaries. A Exquisite and Natural display on fire and light!

Item ID: 000991


Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: opal, Size: 52"

*1906:Captivating Antique Mexican Fire Opal Necklace

*1906:Captivating Antique Mexican Fire Opal Necklace
*1906:Captivating Antique Mexican Fire Opal Necklace
*1906:Captivating Antique Mexican Fire Opal Necklace
*1906:Captivating Antique Mexican Fire Opal Necklace
*1906:Captivating Antique Mexican Fire Opal Necklace
*1906:Captivating Antique Mexican Fire Opal Necklace
*1906:Captivating Antique Mexican Fire Opal Necklace
*1906:Captivating Antique Mexican Fire Opal Necklace
*1906:Captivating Antique Mexican Fire Opal Necklace

This family heirloom was purchased in 1906 in Mexico while on Holiday.With a rustic and rough appeal ,it is breath taking in it's own way.The workmanship of this handmade necklace was a well thought out and and assembled one. A total chain of 52" of brass,copper and fire opals. Twelve raw and untreated fire opals have been carved into tear drop shapes that measure 1" long.They have been patterned into a chain of brass links spaced with some primitive and unusual spacers of brass tubes with copper lantern shaped pillows on either end.When not held or hit directly to the light the opals have a pure milky white color that seems to absorb any color it is placed next to.When hit by light they they become saturated with a bright and even red to orange color.Just in case you are in need of a good excuse, opal is a symbol of hope,the birthstone for October and used for 14th wedding anniversaries. A Exquisite and Natural display on fire and light!

Item ID: 000991


Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: opal, Size: 52"

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