5.5-6.0mm White Akoya Pearl Stud Earrings

November 19, 2012 by Emma

Japanese Akoya pearls have been iconic for decades. The sizable 5.5-6.0mm pearl on the stud earrings are a beautiful way to accessorize for any event. Particularly when the hair is pulled back to expose the earlobe, these white Akoya pearl stud earrings are enough to attract anyone’s attention.

Each pearl is round in shape, helping it stand out from the ear a little bit. With the pearl being 5.5 to 6.0 mm in size, it will be an easy earring to wear with other pearl jewelry.

The pearl stud earrings are seated on a 14-karat gold post. Further, the pearl has been polished to a brilliant luster so that it glimmers under the light. The nacre is extra thick to ensure the quality is there.

A white Akoya pearl can be worn by anyone – all ages and all skin tones will find it easy to coordinate white pearls with their outfit. Whether it’s a casual occasion that requires something special or a formal occasion that requires a prim and proper effect, pearl stud earrings can be the answer to everything.

While the white Akoya pearl goes with all skin tones, there are some customizations available to help ensure the combination is stunning. There are white pearls as well as rose and ivory overtones to choose from. Additionally, it’s possible to get a white gold or yellow gold post to help coordinate with other pieces of jewelry that are worn at the same time.

The high quality pearls can be handed down through the generations. When being given as a gift, the white Akoya pearl stud earrings are also shipped out in a beautiful gift box, offering something exceptional to the presentation of the jewelry.

The white Akoya pearl stud earrings can be found at http://thepearlsource.com/5.5-6.0mm-White-Akoya-Pearl-Stud-Earrings_62_collection_1044.htm. Affordable earrings of the highest quality can be purchased online. With free shipping, it’s the easiest way to buy stunning earrings in a timely manner.

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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