5.0-5.5mm White Akoya Pearl Stud Earrings

November 19, 2012 by Emma

The 5.0-5.5mm white Akoya pearl stud earrings are an exceptional accompaniment to any wardrobe. These smaller pearls can accentuate any earlobe and make it possible to dress up for the occasion at hand. With a bright luster, they are sure to be seen by everyone.

The white Akoya pearl is a cultured pearl that has been a popular choice in the jewelry industry for decades. It has been considered an icon in cultured pearl jewelry and has therefore been commonly seen being worn by celebrities and royalty from around the world.

The 5.0-5.5mm white Akoya pearl stud earrings have been hand-crafted on premises. This ensures that every aspect of quality has been covered. The stud earrings are on 14k gold posts. Depending on what a person prefers, it’s possible to choose from white gold or yellow gold to ensure it matches with the rest of the jewelry that is being worn.

White pearls have the ability to coordinate with everything. It is worn by women of all skin tones. For those with a darker complexion, it may also be advantageous to go for a rose or ivory overtone on the Akoya pearl, offering a slightly better match and the ability to be unique.

Quality is always something to consider when shopping for pearls. Just as diamonds are graded, so are pearls. There are AA+ and AAA quality pearls to choose from on the stud earrings.

Some pearls have a tendency to be very delicate. While these do have a thick nacre, there is also a 60-day money-back guarantee to ensure everyone is satisfied with their purchase.

The white Akoya pearl stud earrings are available at http://thepearlsource.com/5.0-5.5mm-White-Akoya-Pearl-Stud-Earrings_62_collection_1043.htm. The purchase is simple to make, and there is the ability to customize the earrings with the quality of the pearl as well as the gold color of the posts. At an affordable price, this is the place to buy beautiful pearl earrings.

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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