6.0-6.5mm Japanese Akoya White Pearl Necklace – AA+ Quality

November 16, 2012 by Emma

Pearl necklaces make an elegant addition to any woman’s wardrobe, yet this accessory isn’t as versatile as some others. Your most formal occasions call for the highest quality Akoya pearls. Many women enjoy having a casual strand or two for a touch of splendor that is perfect with the right sun dress or sweater combination.

The AA+ quality Japanese Akoya white pearl necklace is a step between the casual and formal. This selection is hand-crafted at the source from pearls cultured with traditional, saltwater methods. Guaranteed round and of high lustre, these white pearl necklaces are a fine choice for brunch and other casual events. Anyone on a budget will find the AA+ quality rating suitable for formal events as well, including proms, weddings and official ceremonies.

Is White the right Choice?
Discussions over the best choice of pearl color often end in confusion. A pearl necklace will either lay directly upon the skin, which makes skin tone the central consideration, or it will rest upon the upper garment. Both situations bring into focus the choice of contrasting colors for high visibility of the pearl necklace or matching colors, which tends to decrease visibility and lend attention to other features.

With an AA+ white pearl necklace, the choice is most often to contrast. This makes white pearls best for those with darker skin tones and those preferring to wear darker colors. White pearls are generally not a good choice choice for fair complexions or as an accessory for high-cut white wedding dresses. A black or cream pearl necklace is a better choice for this.

For the most durable craftsmanship, choose the 6.0-6.5mm Japanese Akoya White Pearl Necklace from The Pearl Source. All pearl necklaces are threaded on silk with double knots. Enjoy the fragile and timeless beauty of pearl necklaces.

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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