Birth Stone – October

Birth Stone – October

The month of October is known for having two birthstones- tourmaline and opal, with opal perhaps being the more recognisable one of the two. Known for its kaleidoscopic appearance, this stone contains a combination of colours depending on where the light hits, making it a beautiful and unique stone.

Originating from the Greek word “opallios” meaning “to see a change in colour”, most precious opal’s come from Australia and are often associated with good luck. It is also a very feminine looking stone, and one which is given on the 14th year of marriage.

Not only is Opal a traditional looking piece, it’s also a great fashion accessory, and unique alternative to wearing diamonds. At the Jewellery Superstore we have a wonderful collection of stones so we thought we would pick a few of our favourite opal pieces to commemorate this wonderful month!

9ct Gold Oval Synthetic Opal Pendant And18'' Curb Chain

Looking for a special pendant? Comprising of a multitude of colours, whilst remaining subtle with the delicate gold chain, this beautiful design will complement any outfit.

9ct Gold Pear Shaped Real Opal Drop Earrings

With their graceful rose colour, these pear-shaped drop earrings are the perfect accessory if you are looking for something elegant and feminine. 

Silver Synthetic Opal Drop Earrings 3.24gms

If gold is not your thing, these silver drop earrings could be the perfect alternative. With their unique design and the hints of blue in the stone, these will add a fresh looking glow to an outfit. 

9ct Gold Oval Real Opal Stud Earrings

For an accessory which can be worn from day to night, these stud earrings are a great option. Their size along with the softness of their shape make them subtle yet charming, whilst the opal stone adds a special touch.

We here at The Jewellery Superstore are always keeping our eyes on the latest trends and unique designs, and with our wide range of gifts and accessories available, we’re sure you’ll find the perfect pieces for October.

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