Collection: ready to ship

Need it now? In our Ready-to-Ship Collection, you’ll find in stock opal jewelry for sale with other precious gemstone pieces. From rose gold opal rings to sapphire necklaces and diamond drops — your next piece is ready and waiting.

Thoughtfully Crafted Jewelry.

NIXIN Jewelry Cleaner that can be used to clean jewelry at home or on the go. Safe for cleaning opal jewelry.

For That Shiny New Look

There’s nothing quite like brand new jewelry. Beautiful, sparkling, and ready to be loved. ❤️

But keeping it clean isn’t always easy. And we like easy. So now we offer 2 solutions to keep your fine jewelry clean:

  • Foam at Home - Just like it sounds. A foaming pump allowing you to do your jewelry cleaning at home
  • Jewelry Cleaning Pen - Slim and discreet. Take it with you and clean on the go.

The best part? You can use it on your Australian Opal Jewelry.

(You’re welcome.)

✨ NIXIN Jewelry Cleaner ✨

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Our Most Frequently Asked Questions:

Can you shower with opal jewelry?

We do not recommend showering with your opal jewelry on. Although water alone is not harmful to Australian Opals, other chemical agents used while showering can be, and it’s best to avoid possible loss down the drain.

Where is opal found?

Opal is found in many countries around the world including Australia, Ethiopia, Brazil, Mexico, and the United States.

Is there opal in the US?

Yes, the US is among the places in the world where opal can be found. Oregon, Nevada, and Idaho are just a few of the states in the US in which opal stone can be found. Read our blog: Opal hunting in the US to learn more. 

How to care for opals?

Avoid impact and chemical contact and store your opal jewelry in a protected, temperature-neutral location. To clean them, use warm water with a soft brush and gentle soap. We also offer Jewelry Cleaner for opals on site. For more specific care instructions, please see our blog: How Do You Properly Care for Opal?

Can opals get wet?

Solid Australian Opals can get wet, however Opal Doublets and Opal Triplets should not be exposed to water. We do not recommend getting Ethiopian Opals wet due to inconsistent experience with their hydrophane make-up. Read more on this topic.

What is a doublet opal? An opal triplet?

An opal doublet is a thin layer of natural opal adhered to a backing - usually potch (common, non-valuable opal). An opal triplet is a doublet with a third layer of quartz or glass atop the thin layer of opal.

Difference between Ethiopian and Australian Opal?

Ethiopian Opals are formed under volcanic conditions, are hydrophane (water-loving) and often have a more jelly-like appearance than Australian Opals. Australian Opals form under sedimentary conditions whereby running water picks up a silica-rich solution as it slips into the cavities of rocks, leaving behind a deposit of opal as the water evaporates. Learn more about their differences on our blog: Australian Opal Vs Ethiopian Opal