Exotic Treasures South Sea Cultured Pearl & 1/5 ct. tw. Diamond Earrings in 14K White Gold


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14K white gold earrings with two 9 millimeter round white south sea cultured pearls and 20 round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately 1/5 ct. tw.

Product Specifications

ITEM NUMBER
2211807
STONE DETAILS
Minimum Pearl Size:
9 mm+
Stone Type:
Pearl
Pearl Type:
South Sea
Pearl Color:
Silver White
Minimum Carat Total Weight:
1/5 ctw (0.18 - 0.22)
Average Color:
HI
Average Clarity:
I2
METAL
Metal Type:
Gold
Metal Color:
White
MORE DETAILS
Item Length:
40.00 mm
Item Width:
9.00 mm
Earring Back:
Friction Post & Back


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South Sea Pearl

For centuries, pearls have been used as an adornment. 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. Australia, Indonesia, and the Philippines produce the South Sea pearl - the largest of all the pearls. They range in size from 9mm to 20mm and can be naturally white, cream, or golden in color.

The surface of a pearl can chip and scratch away rather easily, and the luster of pearls can quickly be dulled by solvents, household cleaners, alcohol, cosmetics, and chlorine. To maintain your pearls’ beauty, bring them in to your local Helzberg Diamonds store for a complimentary cleaning and inspection. You can also care for your pearls at home by wiping them with a soft cloth before putting them away, and storing them separately from other jewelry to avoid scraping away the tender outer coating. If you're careful, you can preserve a pearl's beauty for ages.