Shipping & Returns
Due to popular demand, Pure Pearls is pleased to present the chic and modern White Akoya Pearl Tin Cup Necklace, now as a regular item. Famous for their appearance in the movie 'Tin Cup' starring Kevin Costner and Rene Russo, the station-style necklace is a minimalist and chic take on a classic strand of pearls. Seven pearls are individually wire-wrapped into place to create a full 16 or 18-inch necklace.
Featuring AAA Quality White Japanese Akoya pearls are sourced directly from the legendary pearl farms of Japan. Their thick nacre, striking pastel overtones and and bright, ball-bearing like luster make this Pearl Tin Cup a must have! The pearls arrive nestled in our Signature Little Black Gift Box and come with a GIA Graduate Prepared Appraisal and Care Instructions.
2-Day FedEx (2-3 days) - FREE
1-Day Express (1-2 days) - $35
Regular Post (2 weeks) - $35
Express - $45
100-Day Free Returns
Every order comes with our 100-day “hassle free” return policy. If you don’t love your pearls, send them back for a full refund. We’ll even pay the return shipping.
Japan is known as the birthplace of pearls and to this day still produces the finest quality Akoya pearls in the world. No other country can match the Japanese pearl farmers ability to produce the high luster and perfectly round shapes these classic pearls are famous for.
Custom Pearl Care Kit
Pretty pearls. Perfect casual look. Wished the chain and clasp felt sturdier.
I necklace is everything I expected and more. Love wearing it.
I just love this tincup necklace! The pearls are beautiful with amazing luster and the necklace is very well-balanced with 7 pearls. I have a wide collection of pearls and I’m very proud to add this to my collection - this is the tincup I’ve always wanted :D
This necklace is so beautiful as is our daughter who will be celebrating her 21st birthday in May. Thank you Kevin and team for helping us honor her in this way. She is a lovely intelligent young woman who will make her mark as she continues on her educational journey as a chemistry and math student at VA TECH.