The term ombre refers to a gradual blending of one shade or color into another. And if what I saw today is any indication, the ombre trend is alive and well.
Beautiful long ropes of South Sea and Tahitian pearls, stunning Tahitian to Akoya ombre pieces and even a few incredible Freshwater Edison strands. If you've never sat down to match a pearl necklace from loose pearls, it's hard to appreciate the amount of work (and pearls) that goes into the process. I assure you, making pieces like this takes some serious patience and skill!
South Sea pearls are some of the rarest and most valued pearls in the world. They are distinguished predominantly by their large size and are generally the largest cultured pearls on the market. The majority of South Sea cultured pearls are about 13.0 mm in diameter, whereas most Akoya cultured pearls are 6.0 mm to 7.0 mm.
South Sea pearls are cultured in the warm South Sea waters of Australia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Myanmar (formerly Burma), and Thailand, with sixty percent of South Sea pearls coming from Australia.
This stunning pendant features a AAA grade white South Sea pearl from Australia. Available in 14kt yellow or rose gold. and hung from a 14K Gold 16/18-Inch Adjustable forzatina chain.
This item is made by hand to order, please allow 3-5 business days to process.