Matte Black Opal Faceted Gold Ring
Matte Black Opal Faceted Gold Ring
Matte Black Opal Faceted Gold Ring
Matte Black Opal Faceted Gold Ring

Matte Black Opal Faceted Gold Ring

Regular price $950.00

Opals are mysterious in many ways and this matte black opal offers a lot of intrigue. Look into its depths and see the velvety blue glow that bounces back. Because this color is a play of light it emanates from the inside of the stone adding to the ethereal quality of this ring. 

Offsetting the serenity of the opal is a high polished organic faceting across the ring's surface. This juxtaposition offers a special feeling for an exceptional ring.

10K yellow gold in size 7.

One of a kind and exclusively sold here. 

Specific Gravity offers unique items that are designed and fabricated by artists working in the studios of Brooklyn Metal Works or are part of our larger community, meeting our criteria of originality and quality of craft. Please keep in mind that each piece is individually made in a studio setting and features subtle variations in detail and finish from items photographed on our website.


Specific Gravity has resumed production on serial items and can process orders for most pieces as well as those that are currently in stock.  There is still some delay due to COVID-19 restrictions. Your purchases will ship as soon as possible and orders will receive a confirmation email when shipped.

If you would like to place an order for custom work please contact us. Also note that we offer gift cards for future shopping and special occasions. 

Thank you for supporting independent artists!

Brice Garrett

I think about the body and its relationship to objects, and how/why we position ourselves around the things we collect. I’m especially attracted to adornment and other material things we interact with, pay attention to, and bring with us every day.

I use the position of these objects as a source to think through ideas of preciousness, memory, value, and labor as they shape our everyday lives. Traditionally trained in jewelry and metals, my current work ranges across disciplines, culminating in wearables, sculptures, installations, and participatory projects.