6.0-6.5mm White Akoya Pearl Stud Earrings

November 19, 2012 by Emma

White Akoya pearl stud earrings with 6.0 to 6.5 millimeter pearls are simple, beautiful and elegant, and they can be paired with matching bracelets and necklaces from The Pearl Source for a complete look for any outfit.

White Akoya Pearl Stud Earrings
Akoya Pearl Earrings
Akoya pearl earrings offer a feeling of class and regality that enhances both day and evening wear. They’ve been seen on some of the best-known ears in the world. Celebrities, first ladies and other famous women have all worn Akoya pearl earrings at some point in their lives. This is because pearl earrings are perfect for all ages, skin tones and outfits.

The Perfect Accessory
Pearl stud earrings are the perfect accessory for every event. They enhance wedding and bridesmaids’ dresses. They are perfect for a night on the town or a trip to the theatre or opera. They enhance prom dresses, evening dress and business attire. Pearl earrings can even be worn with jeans and a nice blouse.

Japanese Akoya Pearls
Japanese Akoya pearls are some of the most sought-after pearls. This is due to their brilliant lusters and flawless or nearly flawless surfaces. These pearls create some of the best pearl earrings on the market, and they’re extremely durable. Japanese Akoya pearl earrings will last for decades, and they make great family heirlooms.

Discounts
The Pearl Source offers some of the best discounts on pearl earrings and pearl jewelry, and their 6.0 to 6.5 millimeter white Akoya pearl stud earrings can be purchased at a discount of up to 71 percent off traditional retail prices.

Ordering
To order these stunning earrings, visit The Pearl Source. These earrings can be purchased in your choice of 14k white or yellow gold and with “AA+” or “AAA” quality pearls. Free UPS shipping is offered with every order. Purchases can be made directly on the website with a credit card or PayPal account.

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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