Japanese Akoya Pearls are known for their exceptional beauty, and the 6.5-7.0mm Japanese Akoya Pearl Necklace & Earrings set from The Pearl Source is spectacular. Both the necklace and earrings are made from grade AAA Akoya pearls from the salt waters of Japan, which are among the top 1 to 5 percent of these types of pearls. Pearl jewelry made with AAA rated pearls have incredible luster and a thick nacre, which makes them more durable.
The 6.5-7.0mm Japanese Akoya Pearl Necklace & Earrings set retail for $1699 but are available through The Pearl Source for $499. When you purchase this set, you will have the ability to choose from a multitude of 14k white and yellow gold clasps for the necklace, including magnetic, circular and infinity clasps. The earrings come with gold earring posts. All purchases also come with a Certificate of Authenticity, verifying the quality of the jewelry you have received.
This jewelry set is an outstanding choice for wedding day jewelry, and the pearls’ luster and shine complement white wedding dresses perfectly. Pearl jewelry is also an excellent addition to any jewelry box since pearls never go out of style. Additionally, pearls are very versatile and can be worn on just about any occasion.
It is important that pearls are taken care of properly to ensure that they last and are not damaged. Make sure that you store them so that they do not become tangled with other jewelry, and avoid allowing them to come in contact with cosmetics and perfume because they can break down the protective nacre. However, as these are incredibly high-quality pearls and have a thick protective layer, they are not as fragile as most other pearls.
To purchase this stunning pearl necklace and earring set, click here to visit The Pearl Shop.
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