- Gold stainless steel shiny smooth round tree of life with opalite pendant measures 30x27.5x8mm
- Bail inside measures 7x3mm for chain
- Pendant with bail measures 1.20"
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Stainless steel has opened up the jewelry market to new and exciting creations which lend it self to beautiful and maintenance free jewelry. In recent years many top jewelry designers have flocked to this wonderful metal to create jewelry that is both fashionable and affordable.
Our collection of jewelry is produced from the highest grade of surgical stainless steel. While surgical steel is a type of stainless steel, all stainless steels are not surgical steels. Surgical steels are those with the greatest amount of corrosion resistance, luster and durability and are there for designated for biomedical applications (implants, etc.). When compared to other types, surgical stainless steel is typically the most expensive and though surgical grade stainless steel may contain some nickel; it's generally considered hypoallergenic for most people.
The rose gold and yellow gold stainless steel jewelry that we feature is created by a special metallic process of carefully matching with real gold and embedding the color into the surface of the metal.
Taking care of Stainless Steel This metal is easy to care for because it doesn't tarnish. You can wipe with a soft cloth or wash with a mild detergent.
Opalite is a trade name for man-made opalescent glass and various opal simulants. Other names for this glass product include argenon, sea opal, opal moonstone and other similar names. It is also used to promote impure varieties of variously colored common opal.
Opalite improves communication on all levels, especially the spiritual. It removes energy blockages of the chakras and meridians. Emotionally, opalite helps by assisting during transitions of all kinds. It engenders persistence and gives us strength in verbalising our hidden feelings.
WHERE ITS FOUND
Natural opalite is a stone that comes from opalized volcanic ash. This rarely happens, but when it does, it can usually be found in areas in Africa and Brazil. There are also man-made opalites that are created by opalizing glass to create oplaite’s stunning colors.