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Japan Akoya and Pearlyuumi Double Pearl Necklace(PR120020)

Japan Akoya and Pearlyuumi Double Pearl Necklace(PR120020)

HK$1,580.00
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Description

  • Item : Japan Akoya and Pearlyuumi Double Pearl Necklace(PR120020)
  • Material:18kt Gold/18kt White Gold/18kt Rose Gold (AU750)
  • Pearl:Akoya Pearl; Pearlyuumi              No. of Pearl:2    
  • Shape of pearl:Round(See above picture)
  • Pearl Size: 8-9mm; 6mm             Place of origin :Japan
  • Length of Necklace:45cm(Adjustable Chain)
  • **Please remark the colour of the two pearls                       




DESCRIPTION

The Freshwater pearl looks remarkably similar to the Akoya pearl, but Freshwater pearls are available for almost 1/5 the price of Akoya pearls. The only tradeoff is that Freshwater pearls are generally smaller, less symmetrical, and not as well matched when strung on a strand. But if you're looking for pearls at an outstanding value, Freshwater pearls are the perfect gift.

Freshwater cultured pearls can be created in a spectrum of colours. Many popular Colours - white, pink, orange, and other pastels - can be achieved through natural means, including the pearl mollusc's genetics, what they eat, and the amount and type of trace metals in the cultivating environment.

It is a widely-accepted practice to treat or irradiate Freshwater pearls in order to achieve a particular or unusual colour, and equally common to treat Freshwater pearls to create a more evenly-coloured strand. Pearl colours should always be chosen to complement the wearer's complexion and wardrobe preferences.

From a value standpoint, when selecting coloured pearls it is important to understand if the colour is natural or the result of some post-harvesting treatment. For example, Tahitian pearls, cultivated in black lipped oysters, are the only naturally occurring charcoal to black pearls. It should be made clear to you that other pearls exhibiting these colours have been treated, and that fact reflected in a lower cost.

GRADE

LUSTRE - Very High - High, bright reflections

SURFACE - Very Slightly Spotted - Few visible blemishes on some pearls

NACRE - Medium - Medium nacre coating

SHAPE - Slightly Off Round - Some pearls may be slightly less round and symmetrical

COLOUR - White - Or slightly cream with rose overtones


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