This is an absolutely stunning pearl and one which called for a minimalist design to show it in its flawless beauty. Measuring approximately 10 mm in diameter this round South Sea pearl is naturally white and its smooth surface seems to radiate luminosity and is superbly lustrous.
This is the sort of piece that will make you feel million dollars when you wear it and which can effortlessly go from day to evening wear, but rest assured that whenever you wear it not only will you feel great you will also attract plenty of compliments.
A piece like this makes for a gift that is guaranteed to be loved by the recipient whether it is a pearl anniversary, coming-of-age or graduation gift and don't forget that pearls are the birthstone for June. With it's elegant design it would also be perfect for a bride looking for a simple but stylish piece of jewellery to wear on her wedding day.
So what makes south sea pearls so special?
Their large size, and the small area in which they can be successfully grown makes South Sea pearls the rarest of all pearl types and their lustre is soft and luxurious. Only 10-30% of these pearls are round or near round. All these qualities make them the most valuable of all pearls.
All pearls are unique and ones of this quality even more so, so unsurprisingly this is a one-of-a-kind piece.
Simply styled, the pearl hangs from a short length of chain threaded onto sterling silver beading chain – in fact all the findings in this piece are sterling silver as this pearl deserves nothing less.
The chain measures 40 cm (16 inches) in length and the pendant include the pearl has a drop of approximately 2 cm (1 1/2 inches).
The pendant will come packed in a top quality presentation box as shown and this is also perfect for keeping your piece of stunning pearl jewellery safe and it also comes with an anti-tarnish trip and a care note.
The item will be sent by tracked and signed for postage to ensure it reaches you safely.
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