14

14 Karat Solid Gold Freshwater Cultured Pearl Stud Earrings - Aaa Certified

From R1 899.00 at 1 Shops
14 Karat Solid Gold Freshwater Cultured Pearl Stud Earrings - Aaa Certified

Write a Review

14 Karat Solid Gold Freshwater Cultured Pearl Stud Earrings - Aaa Certified

14 Karat Solid Gold Freshwater Cultured Pearl Stud Earrings - AAA Certified Product DescriptionFreshwater Pearls Definition Freshwater pearls are pearls which grow in non-saline environment in freshwater mussels. Freshwater Pearls These pearls are grown in freshwater lakes, rivers, and ponds, predom...
More details
From R1 899.00 at 1 Shop
14 Karat Solid Gold Freshwater Cultured Pearl Stud Earrings - Aaa Certified
 0 Reviews

All offers for 14 Karat Solid Gold Freshwater Cultured Pearl Stud Earrings - Aaa Certified

14 Karat Solid Gold Freshwater Cultured Pearl Stud Earrings - AAA Certified Product DescriptionFreshwater Pearls Definition Freshwater pearls are pearls which grow in non-saline environment in freshwater mussels. Freshwater Pearls These pearls are grown in freshwater lakes, rivers, and ponds, predominately in China. Although many are white and resemble the akoya cultured pearls in shape and size, they can also be produced in various shapes and in an array of pastel colors. Many freshwater pearls dont have a bead nucleus only a piece of tissue resulting in a pearl with thicker nacre than the akoya. Where Do Freshwater Pearls Come From? Although the traditional source of pearls has been saltwater mollusks, freshwater mussels, which live in ponds, lakes and rivers, can also produce pearls. China has harvested freshwater pearls in the form of mabe since the 13th century, and has now become the world's undisputed leader in freshwater pearl production. The first record mentioning pearls in China was from 2206 BC. The United States was also a major source of natural freshwater pearls, from the discovery of the New World, through the 19th century, until over-harvesting and increasing pollution significantly reduced the number of available pearl-forming mussels in the US. What Makes Today's Freshwater Pearls So Much Better? The major increase in quality can be attributed to several factors. The primary jump in quality was accomplished when the industry shifted from the Cockscomb pearl mussel, (Cristaria plicata) to the Triangle shell, (Hyriopsis cumingii) in the middle 1990's. The Cockscomb was responsible for the low-quality rice-crispy pearls of the 1970's and 1980's. Another shift in quality can be attributed to the lower number of grafts inserted into either valve. This number has dropped by an average of 5 per side in the last decade. The turn of the century brought another wave of quality and exotic pearl colors in the form of mussel hybridization.Freshwater Cultured pearls Studs set in 14 Kt Solid White & Yellow Gold Solid Gold Butterfly Backing with silicone coating for easy grip and comfort of ears Comes neatly packed in a gift box in a Gift Box along with a inhouse Certificate Handpicked AAA+ Quality Button Shape Freshwater Pearls TOTAL SATISFACTION GUARANTEE - When you order today, you're protected. The item comes with a No questions asked money back guarantee combined with world class customer service. Free Return and Refund and Lifetime Warranty& Available on Amazon Prime!Our Guarantee to YouWe guarantee the utmost in Quality, Authenticity and Customer SatisfactionAll our Items are Brand New and 100% Authentic with Original Box and PapersPrice Beat or Match, if we can't (which is hardly ever), we will give you R150 off your next order with us.At these prices stocks are very limited, so order now to avoid disappointment Please view our other listings HERELooking for something that we have not listed. Let us know - Will will get the best price for you

Write a review

0 User Reviews


All offers for 14 Karat Solid Gold Freshwater Cultured Pearl Stud Earrings - Aaa Certified

BidorBuy
Facebook

14 Karat Solid Gold Freshwater Cultured ...

Incorrect offer?

R1 899.00

View Offer

Features

Manufacturer

14

14 Karat Solid Gold Freshwater Cultured Pearl Stud Earrings - AAA Certified Product DescriptionFreshwater Pearls Definition Freshwater pearls are pearls which grow in non-saline environment in freshwater mussels. Freshwater Pearls These pearls are grown in freshwater lakes, rivers, and ponds, predominately in China. Although many are white and resemble the akoya cultured pearls in shape and size, they can also be produced in various shapes and in an array of pastel colors. Many freshwater pearls dont have a bead nucleus only a piece of tissue resulting in a pearl with thicker nacre than the akoya. Where Do Freshwater Pearls Come From? Although the traditional source of pearls has been saltwater mollusks, freshwater mussels, which live in ponds, lakes and rivers, can also produce pearls. China has harvested freshwater pearls in the form of mabe since the 13th century, and has now become the world's undisputed leader in freshwater pearl production. The first record mentioning pearls in China was from 2206 BC. The United States was also a major source of natural freshwater pearls, from the discovery of the New World, through the 19th century, until over-harvesting and increasing pollution significantly reduced the number of available pearl-forming mussels in the US. What Makes Today's Freshwater Pearls So Much Better? The major increase in quality can be attributed to several factors. The primary jump in quality was accomplished when the industry shifted from the Cockscomb pearl mussel, (Cristaria plicata) to the Triangle shell, (Hyriopsis cumingii) in the middle 1990's. The Cockscomb was responsible for the low-quality rice-crispy pearls of the 1970's and 1980's. Another shift in quality can be attributed to the lower number of grafts inserted into either valve. This number has dropped by an average of 5 per side in the last decade. The turn of the century brought another wave of quality and exotic pearl colors in the form of mussel hybridization.Freshwater Cultured pearls Studs set in 14 Kt Solid White & Yellow Gold Solid Gold Butterfly Backing with silicone coating for easy grip and comfort of ears Comes neatly packed in a gift box in a Gift Box along with a inhouse Certificate Handpicked AAA+ Quality Button Shape Freshwater Pearls TOTAL SATISFACTION GUARANTEE - When you order today, you're protected. The item comes with a No questions asked money back guarantee combined with world class customer service. Free Return and Refund and Lifetime Warranty& Available on Amazon Prime!Our Guarantee to YouWe guarantee the utmost in Quality, Authenticity and Customer SatisfactionAll our Items are Brand New and 100% Authentic with Original Box and PapersPrice Beat or Match, if we can't (which is hardly ever), we will give you R150 off your next order with us.At these prices stocks are very limited, so order now to avoid disappointment Please view our other listings HERELooking for something that we have not listed. Let us know - Will will get the best price for you
Write a review

0 User Reviews

Do you have any questions about this product?
0 Questions & Answers

Pricing History

14 Karat Solid Gold Freshwater Cultured Pearl Stud Earrings - AAA Certified Product DescriptionFreshwater Pearls Definition Freshwater pearls are pearls which grow in non-saline environment in freshwater mussels. Freshwater Pearls These pearls are grown in freshwater lakes, rivers, and ponds, predominately in China. Although many are white and resemble the akoya cultured pearls in shape and size, they can also be produced in various shapes and in an array of pastel colors. Many freshwater pearls dont have a bead nucleus only a piece of tissue resulting in a pearl with thicker nacre than the akoya. Where Do Freshwater Pearls Come From? Although the traditional source of pearls has been saltwater mollusks, freshwater mussels, which live in ponds, lakes and rivers, can also produce pearls. China has harvested freshwater pearls in the form of mabe since the 13th century, and has now become the world's undisputed leader in freshwater pearl production. The first record mentioning pearls in China was from 2206 BC. The United States was also a major source of natural freshwater pearls, from the discovery of the New World, through the 19th century, until over-harvesting and increasing pollution significantly reduced the number of available pearl-forming mussels in the US. What Makes Today's Freshwater Pearls So Much Better? The major increase in quality can be attributed to several factors. The primary jump in quality was accomplished when the industry shifted from the Cockscomb pearl mussel, (Cristaria plicata) to the Triangle shell, (Hyriopsis cumingii) in the middle 1990's. The Cockscomb was responsible for the low-quality rice-crispy pearls of the 1970's and 1980's. Another shift in quality can be attributed to the lower number of grafts inserted into either valve. This number has dropped by an average of 5 per side in the last decade. The turn of the century brought another wave of quality and exotic pearl colors in the form of mussel hybridization.Freshwater Cultured pearls Studs set in 14 Kt Solid White & Yellow Gold Solid Gold Butterfly Backing with silicone coating for easy grip and comfort of ears Comes neatly packed in a gift box in a Gift Box along with a inhouse Certificate Handpicked AAA+ Quality Button Shape Freshwater Pearls TOTAL SATISFACTION GUARANTEE - When you order today, you're protected. The item comes with a No questions asked money back guarantee combined with world class customer service. Free Return and Refund and Lifetime Warranty& Available on Amazon Prime!Our Guarantee to YouWe guarantee the utmost in Quality, Authenticity and Customer SatisfactionAll our Items are Brand New and 100% Authentic with Original Box and PapersPrice Beat or Match, if we can't (which is hardly ever), we will give you R150 off your next order with us.At these prices stocks are very limited, so order now to avoid disappointment Please view our other listings HERELooking for something that we have not listed. Let us know - Will will get the best price for you

Write a review

0 User Reviews


Do you have any questions about this product?

0 Questions & Answers


Recommended Offers

Advertisement