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Turquoise Trading Co

White Opal Sun Pendant Necklace With Gold or Silver Apollo Chain

White Opal Sun Pendant Necklace With Gold or Silver Apollo Chain

Regular price $27.99 USD
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Gem Color

This stunning necklace features a radiant white synthetic opal, also known as the 'gem of the gods,' representing purity and hope. It's handcrafted with a sun pendant that's designed to reflect the energy and warmth of the celestial body it represents. The opal's ethereal play of color complements the radiant sun design, creating a truly captivating piece.

Choose between our exquisite gold or silver Apollo Chain, meticulously crafted for durability and elegance. The Apollo Chain is the perfect companion to the opal sun pendant, providing a brilliant backdrop that allows the opal's colors to truly shine.


Style: Trendy

Shape: Round

Length: 17.7 Inches + 2 Inch Extension

Metals Type: Silver

Material: 100% 925 sterling silver

Main Stone: Syn Opal

Item Weight: 2.2 g

Item Type: Necklaces

Fine or Fashion: Fine

Chain Type: Link Chain


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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews

Arrived in good condition,matches description


It looks beautiful, you can modify the size of the chain


Is a little smaller than I imagined. But it's very beautiful.


A beautiful necklace that captures the imagination. The opal is lovely, though I wish the colors were a bit more vibrant.


While the design of the pendant is beautiful, I was a bit disappointed with the size of the opal—it was smaller than expected