7.0-7.5mm Hanadama Akoya Pearl Stud Earrings

November 19, 2012 by Emma

Hanadama Akoya pearls are the highest quality Japanese pearls found anywhere. They have been certified by the Japan Pearl Science Laboratory and hand selected to ensure the beauty is present in each and every pearl. The 7.0-7.5mm Hanadama Akoya pearl stud earrings offer a large pearl firmly planted on a post to boast a beautiful addition to any earlobe.

The pearls have been polished to a bright white luster. With such a luster, it’s possible for them to be seen anywhere. Especially when the hair is tucked behind the ear, it will make it easy for everyone to admire the pearls when worn for a special occasion.

Each pearl has a 14-karat gold post. The customer may choose white gold or yellow gold. While white gold coincides with the color of the pearl, yellow gold can be a wise choice for those with darker skin tones.

The additional customization of the 7.0-7.5mm Hanadama Akoya pearl stud earrings comes from choosing the color of the pearl. The default is a bright white; however, there are overtones of rose and ivory that can also be selected. Such added overtones offer a unique addition to pearl earrings and can coordinate more effectively with darker skin tones.

Many people question the quality of pearl earrings, making it harder to spend the money. These Hanadama pearl earrings come with a certificate of authenticity. This includes a grading of the pearls so that everyone is aware of just how high the quality of pearl is.

Turning the stud earrings into a gift is also easy as the earrings come with a stylish gift box. Presenting the earrings are then an even bigger deal.

Customize the pearl stud earrings easily at http://thepearlsource.com/7.0-7.5mm-Hanadama-Akoya-Pearl-Stud-Earrings_86_collection_1035.htm. The earrings can be selected based upon the color overtone as well as the posts. With free shipping and low prices, beautiful earrings have never been easier to procure.

Emma

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