This beautiful hand knotted multi-strand cultured pearl necklace is a true classic style and one that will never date or go out of fashion. Each of the three strands of pearls that make up this necklace has been skillfully hand knotted on specialist white silk cord and then finished with sterling silver findings including the very stylish clasp encrusted with cubic zirconia crystals to add a touch of sparkle.
Wearing this necklace will give you that sense of confidence and elegance that only pearls can give and which is why they remain a staple in the wardrobe of the world's most stylish women, and if you are buying this as a gift, whether it be for a pearl anniversary, graduation or coming-of-age it is one that is guaranteed to be more than gratefully received.
White pearls such as this are also a classic choice of wedding jewellery for brides throughout the ages and as this piece is one that will go on to become a family heirloom not only could it be a bride's "something new", it could in time go on to be her daughters "something borrowed" or "something old" .
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The decorative clasp means that if wished it can be worn as shown the clasp to the side or at the front to give different looks and as the necklace comes three strands measuring 50 cm, 45 cm and 40 cm (20 inches, 18 inches and 16 inches) it will work equally well with a range of necklines.
This is a one-of-a-kind piece.
The pearls used in this necklace are beautiful rice pearls (so-called because of their elongated shape) and to add interested this classic design the pearls used in each strand subtly decrease in size along with the length of the strand.
The pearls will come in a luxury jewellery box as shown which is perfect for keeping them in as hand knotted pearl necklaces should always be stored flat and included will be a care note on how to look after this beautiful necklace to guarantee that you or whoever is lucky enough to wear this necklace enjoy it for years to come.
The Heritage Collection, where the most beautiful pearls, precious metals and traditional techniques combine to form future heirlooms.