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12.0-13.0 mm White South Sea Pearl Earrings Mounted on Solid 18-Karat Yellow Gold - takaramonobr
12.0-13.0 mm White South Sea Pearl Earrings Mounted on Solid 18-Karat Yellow Gold - takaramonobr
12.0-13.0 mm White South Sea Pearl Earrings Mounted on Solid 18-Karat Yellow Gold - takaramonobr
12.0-13.0 mm White South Sea Pearl Earrings Mounted on Solid 18-Karat Yellow Gold - takaramonobr
12.0-13.0 mm White South Sea Pearl Earrings Mounted on Solid 18-Karat Yellow Gold - takaramonobr

12.0-13.0 mm White South Sea Pearl Earrings Mounted on Solid 18-Karat Yellow Gold

Regular price $1,999.00 Sale price $1,499.00
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Product Details
  • Pearl Origin: Australia
  • Pearl Size: 12.0-13.0 mm
  • Pearl Body Color: White
  • Pearl Quality: AAA+
  • Pearl Shape: Perfectly Round
  • Pearl Luster: Superior
  • Pearl Nacre: Mirror Bright,Very Thick
  • Pearl Overtone: Pink-Green
  • Pearl Surface: Very Slightly Blemishes
  • Metal : 18K Gold
  • Quantity: a Pair
  • Shipping Methods: DHL Express
  • Usually Ships Within 2-3 Business Day.

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⭐I recommend this earrings design as a basic one - a comfy lock and a suitable design for most cases.
⭐The color and size of pearls can be selected, and the color of gold 18k can also be selected. The size of the pearls in the photo is 12-13 mm.
The surface of a pearl consists of many layers of mother-of-pearl The condition of the surface is estimated by its smoothness and the presence or absence of spots Since pearls are created by living organisms, perfect pearls are extremely rare Like our human skin, small or even large defects often appear on the surface in the form of dots or lines, color irregularities I try to choose the most perfect pearls. I think it's noticeable.
What creates instant appeal in a good gem? This is its luster - an intense brightness that occurs as light passes through many layers of mother-of-pearl and is reflected back to the viewer's eye from the depth of the pearl Luster is estimated by the degree of observed brightness, which in turn depends on the thickness of the mother-of-pearl.