5.0-5.5mm Japanese Akoya White Pearl Necklace – AA+ Quality

November 19, 2012 by Emma

Japanese Akoya white pearl necklaces have been a popular way to accessorize for decades. The 5.0-5.5mm white pearls are often purchased due to their smaller and more elegant size. With a 16-inch length, it rests just below the throat on most women.

There is the ability to shop for various lengths on the white pearl necklace. The 5.0-5.5mm Japanese Akoya white pearl necklace – AA+ quality is available in many lengths, ranging from 16-inch to a 36-inch opera length strand. This makes it possible for women to choose how long they want the strand to hang down. For low-cut gowns, it can be advantageous to go for a longer strand.

Each of the Japanese Akoya white pearl necklaces have been made on premises to ensure the highest quality is present. These smooth, round pearls have been threaded on silk and then double knotted between pearls to strengthen the strand. There is also a clasp in the back made of 14k gold.

The AA+ quality of the pearls offers an exquisite luster that can be seen by everyone. There is a certificate of authenticity that features the grade of each pearl. This allows everyone to buy with confidence, knowing exactly what they are getting. When the pearl necklace is shipped out, it’s also packaged in a beautiful gift box, making the presentation of the necklace extra special.

Some people may find the clasp to be a little boring. It can also make it hard to coordinate with other jewelry being worn. It’s possible to customize the clasp in white gold or yellow gold as well as an array of different shapes.

Purchase the necklace at http://thepearlsource.com/5.0-5.5mm-Japanese-Akoya-White-Pearl-Necklace–AA+-Quality_61_collection_888.htm and find a variety of customizations available. Choose the color of the pearl, the length of the strand and the clasp style. It will take minutes to order and cost less than anywhere else on the Internet.

Emma

Emma Frost is the Creative Associate at The Pearl Source since July 2012.
She has been involved in various Creative Projects at The Pearl Source and is a keen blogger.
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