6.0-6.5mm Japanese Akoya White Pearl Necklace – AAA Quality

November 19, 2012 by Emma

Akoya pearls are among the finest in the world, and this necklace of white Akoya pearls is sure to make a striking impression when paired with the proper buyer and ensemble. Each necklace is crafted by hand on site after harvest. Learn more about the production of the AAA quality white Akoya pearl necklace and whether it’s the right choice for you!

Akoya White Pearl Jewelry Details
This premier selection consists of round, white pearls cultured to between 6.0 and 6.5 millimeters. Silk thread holds the pearls together with double knots between each pearl for stability. All pearls are of very high lustre with AAA quality rating. You may choose between pearls with a white, rose or ivory overtone.

A 14k gold Finesse clasp in either white or classic yellow is standard, but you’ll find a wide range of metals and styles for clasps. The 14k gold Infinity clasp is a fine choice for pearls worn on the wedding day, for instance. A distinguished lady might prefer the 14k gold diamond swirl or diamond solitaire clasp.

Making the Selection
The choice of pearl size is wholly a matter of personal taste. Is the necklace meant to be a central accessory or a final touch? It’s advisable when purchasing as a gift or personal item to check different sizes using costume jewelry at the correct measurements.

Your choice of pearl color depends on a combination of skin tone, wardrobe and the desired effect. White pearl necklaces will augment a white wedding dress while contrasting with Mediterranean or African skin tones. White pearls are generally inadvisable for those of fair complexion unless paired with darker clothing.

The Pearl Source offers a 60-day money-back guarantee on this 6.0-6.5mm Japanese Akoya White Pearl Necklace. Learn more about pearl jewelry, and explore other pearl accessories.

Emma

Emma Frost is the Creative Associate at The Pearl Source since July 2012.
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