Akoya Cultured Pearl & Diamond Pendant in 14K Gold

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The very essence of classy, this 14K yellow gold pendant features one 6 millimeter round Akoya cultured pearl and a round diamond accent.

18 inch 14K yellow gold rope chain

Product Specifications

Item Number:1901827
Minimum Carat Total Weight:<1/10 ctw (0.00 - 0.08)
Average Color:J
Average Clarity:I3
Stone Type:Pearl
Pearl Type:Akoya
Minimum Pearl Size:6.0mm
Pearl Color:White
Metal Type:Gold
Metal Color:Yellow
Chain:Rope


All jewelry has been enlarged to show beauty of detail. Gemstones may have been treated or enhanced by heating or irradiation and require special care in jewelry repair or cleaning.

Pearl

Historically, pearls have been used as an adornment for centuries. They were one of the favorite gem materials of the Roman Empire; later in Tudor England, the 1500s were known as the pearl age. Pearls are unique as they are the only gems from living sea creatures and require no faceting or polishing to reveal their natural beauty. In the early 1900s, the first successful commercial culturing of round saltwater pearls began. Since the 1920s, cultured pearls have almost completely replaced natural pearls in the market.

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