7.0-7.5mm White Akoya Pearl Stud Earrings

February 27, 2013 by Emma

The 7.0-7.5 millimeter white Akoya pearl stud earrings are classical in their elegance. A pair of pearl studs is an accessory that every woman should have in her jewelry collection. The Akoya pearl is considered to be the “icon” of pearls by many people. The pearls are imported directly from Japan where they grow inside an oyster. They are finished off with yellow or white gold posts, whichever suits your preference.

The Akoya pearl stud earrings are the perfect mix between formal and casual, which makes them perfect for any occasion. They can transition seamlessly from work wear to evening wear. They are just as appropriate for a day at the office as they are for a cocktail party or dinner engagement. They are also the perfect gifts for a variety of events including anniversaries, engagements, holidays, and graduations.

The Akoya pearl stud earrings complement any skin tone and come in the three following colors: white overtone, rose overtone, and ivory overtone. Plus, they complement an Akoya pearl necklace very nicely. Akoya pearl stud earrings give you an elegant, sophisticated look and will always be in fashion.

Akyoa pearls have a delicate beauty, and, as such, they must be handled with care. They should be stored separately from other jewelry pieces to keep them from getting scratched. They should also be kept away from chemicals. For instance, avoid spraying hairspray or perfume on yourself while wearing the studs. They are timeless pieces that you will surely want to preserve for years to come.

Purchase a pair of white Akoya pearl stud earrings from The Pearl Source. Simply select the color of studs you want, add them to your shopping cart and then checkout by inputting your debit or credit card information into the payment window. If you are unhappy with your purchase, you may return it within 60 days.

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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