6.5-7.0mm Japanese Akoya White Pearl Necklace – AA+ Quality

November 19, 2012 by Emma

The 6.5-7.0mm Japanese Akoya white pearl necklace AA+ quality features cultured Akoya pearls, the icon in pearl jewelry for decades. Each pearl ranges in diameter from 6.5 mm to 7 mm and are threaded together to form a stunning strand of pearls to be placed around the neck. The clasp is made from 14k white gold, ensuring that it matches with the pearls perfectly.

Careful attention has gone into every necklace and it has been made on site. This makes it possible to rest easy knowing that the necklace is of the finest quality. Each pearl has been selected and polished to provide for a beautiful necklace.

A pearl necklace such as the 6.5-7.0mm Japanese Akoya white pearl necklace can be worn with some of the most elegant evening gowns. The necklace will scoop low on the neck and provide an exquisite look that is unlike other jewelry on the market. It can be especially beautiful on tan skin for a contrasting look.

The 6.5-7.0mm Japanese Akoya white pearl necklace AA+ quality is made with authentic pearls. There is also a certificate of authenticity that comes with every pearl necklace purchased. This makes it easier to shop confidently, knowing that the necklace is of high quality.

The clasps can be very delicate, making it hard to close. There are premium clasps available, however, allowing people to choose a sturdier clasp, which can be especially wise for everyday wear. The pearls are a bright white; however, at checkout, it’s possible to choose a different overtone. There are also ivory and rose shades available to add something unique.

The 6.5-7.0mm Japanese Akoya white pearl necklace is available for purchase at http://thepearlsource.com/6.5-7.0mm-Japanese-Akoya-White-Pearl-Necklace–AA+-Quality_61_collection_642.htm, where it’s possible to choose the color of the pearl’s overtone. The online ordering process is simple, making it easy to order immediately.

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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