7.0-7.5mm Japanese Akoya White Pearl Necklace – AAA Quality

November 16, 2012 by Emma

White Akoya pearl necklaces are some of the most revered pearl necklaces in the world. These are the pearls that everyone thinks about when they think of pearl jewelry. White Akoya pearls make wonderful and elegant necklaces that can be worn for any occasion and by all ages.

Japanese Akoya White Pearl Necklace
Akoya Pearl Necklaces
White Akoya pearl necklaces are the most sought after necklaces by pearl jewelry lovers, and The Pearl Source sells high-quality, white Akoya pearl necklaces at discounted prices. Imagine getting an “AAA” rated, 16-inch pearl necklace for more than 50 percent off traditional retail prices. The Pearl Source offers this type of discount regularly, which means that you will always get a high-quality pearl necklace at an affordable price.

Akoya Pearls
Akoya pearls are grown in Japan’s salt waters and cultivated in the Pinctada Fucata oyster. The Pearl Source’s “AAA” quality Akoya pearl necklaces contain pearls that are 95 percent clean of surface imperfections. They have a very high luster and very thick nacres, and they are perfectly round. These pearls are also rare. Out of every pearl harvest, “AAA” pearls are only make up one to five percent of the catch.

Necklace Customizations
The Pearl Source offers a wide variety of customizations for each of their 7.0 to 7.5 millimeter white Akoya pearl necklaces. Customers can order their pearl necklaces with white, rose or ivory pearls. They can pick their own clasps, and they can choose lengths between 16 inches and 18 inches for no extra charge.

Placing An Order
Placing an order at The Pearl Source is easy. It only involves going to the white Akoya pearl necklace product page, selecting the pearl color, necklace length and clasp style and adding the contents to the cart. The Pearl Source accepts most major credit cards and PayPal, and there’s no extra charge for UPS ground shipping. It’s fast, easy and affordable.

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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