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Pink Freshwater Double Strand Pearl Necklace, 8.0-9.0mm

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  • Pink Freshwater Double Strand Pearl Necklace, 8.0-9.0mm
  • Pink Freshwater Double Strand Pearl Necklace, 8.0-9.0mm
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Product Description

Make a dramatic entrance with this charming double-strand necklace featuring natural pink freshwater pearls! Necklace measures 18/19-inches nested, and is composed of hand-picked 8.0-9.0mm pearls. Each necklace is made by hand, to order.

Choose between AA+ quality, or upgrade to AAA for even sharper luster and more consistently round pearls. Each strand of pearls is individually double-knotted on matching pink silk, finished with a clasp of your choice, and arrives in our Signature Little Black Gift Box with a GIA Graduate Prepared Appraisal.

Technical Description

Pearl Overtone Subtle Rose, Aquamarine and/or Gold
Pearl Type Freshwater Pearls
Pearl-Quality AA+/AAA
Size 8.0-9.0mm
Pearl Shape Near Round
Pearl Piece Necklaces
Pearl Length 18/19-Inches / Double-Strand
Pearl Collection No
Mollusk Type Hyriopsis cumingii, freshwater mussel
Area of Origin China
Diamonds and Gemstones No
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Is shipping free?

Yes, shipping is free on all orders shipping within the USA.

What is the best necklace length?

Our most popular necklace length is the 18-inch, Princess-length necklace- the pearls will rest about 1 to 1.5-inches below the hollow of her throat on an average-sized woman (5’2”-5’7” 115-160lbs). A more formal look would be the 16-inch Choker-length necklace which will gently surround the base of her throat, with the pearls resting just below the collarbone.

I don’t see the necklace length I want- can I get a 17-inch necklace?

Yes! We can create a necklace of any length-17-inches, 19-inches, 21-inches, even 100-inches if you want, so feel free to contact us anytime for a custom quote! You can email us at service@purepearls.com or call us at 1-800-762-0977.

What is the difference between AA+ Quality and AAA?

Our AAA Quality Freshwater pearl necklaces are near true round in shape with a very slight oval-ish appearance upon up-close, intense inspection. They’ll have less than 5% blemishing on each pearl as well as the necklace or bracelet overall, and the luster will be bright, but slightly softer and more satiny than an Akoya pearl. You will be able to see most of your face reflected in the pearl’s surface, and reflected light sources will show some “fuzzing” on the edges. AA+ Quality pearls are considered off-round and will be slightly oval or egg-shaped, and feature less than 10% blemishing on the pearls. The luster will be somewhat softer, with some visible blurring of reflected light sources. You will still be able to see your face in the pearl’s surfaces, but not all details.

Where do the Freshwater pearls come from?

Our Freshwater pearls are cultured in China, and we purchase them by attending the auctions in Hong Kong.

Should I choose white gold or yellow gold?

That depends entirely on personal taste and style! However, a good rule of thumb to follow is if you don’t know which gold color to choose, try and match her wedding ring or the jewelry that she wears most often. Yellow gold will “warm up” a pearl and deepen and intensify its luster. White gold will “cool down” a pearl’s appearance- it will boost a pearl's bright white hue, or will enhance any undertones of Aquamarine in Pink and Lavender pearls. Most customers generally select white gold to pair with black Freshwater pearls, however yellow gold can really enhance the pearl's Peacock coloration!

Are these Freshwater pearls cultured or natural?

All of our pearls are cultured pearls, meaning that the oysters have had human assistance in getting nacre production started. A wild or natural pearl, forms without any human intervention. Usually it is a parasite or bit of organic material that gets lodged within the oyster’s soft body and irritates the animal into secreting nacre in order to smooth over the invader.

Are these colors natural?

Yes! Cultured Freshwater pearls come in a variety of all natural colors, unless specifically stated as otherwise. We carry natural Pink, Peach, Lavender and White pearls, along with metallic color-shifting varieties that will feature exotic overtones of gold, bronze, green, orange and magenta! Our black Freshwater pearls are dyed, and are noted as Color-Treated in the product description. The colors range from a faded denim blue to deep violet/lavender and the pearls feature intense iridescence that is very beautiful!

The necklace in the picture is the one customer will receive.

Hi There- For Tahitian, Sea of Cortez and South Sea pearl necklaces, the answer is yes. Each necklace is 100% a unique individual, and the pearls in the picture are the ones you will receive. Once that pearl necklace has been sold, it is gone for good. We do not offer duplicates or "close enough" pearl necklaces in these pearl types; multiple quantities should not be ordered for any of these. For our Akoya and Freshwater pearl selections, we feature a "stock photo" of a pearl necklace in the correct size that comes from our vault and has been strung here in house, but has since been sold. However, it should be noted that ALL of the pearls featured on our site are real, genuine pearls that are or were made by us and came from our vaults.

Are your pearl necklaces double knotted, and what material do you use?

Hi There! Yes, all of our pearl necklaces and bracelets are individually double-knotted by hand on matching silk, to order. We do not string any of our pearls until your order is placed, in case you have any special requests for us - that way, your pearls are as personalized as possible. We also employ the "french wire wrapping" technique for the final connection of the strand to the clasp, meaning that the final loop is carefully wire-wrapped with 14K gold wire to protect the silk, and then attached to the clasp.

Do you deliver to the UK and how much do you charge?Thank you.

Thank you for your interest in PurePearls.com! We absolutely ship to the UK.We offer two International Shipping options : FedEx International and USPS Global Priority.

FedEx International is a flat rate $45.00 USD Delivery service. Estimated time for delivery is typically 2-4 Business Days. Tracking on these packages is stellar, with up to your doorstep capabilities, and we highly recommend (and even insist) on FedEx Int’l for high value or one-of-a-kind items such as Tahitian Pearl Necklaces.

USPS Global Priority is our less-expensive, slower delivery option. We charge a flat rate of $26.00 USD, and delivery times range to 2-4 Business Weeks. International customers that aren’t in a hurry, or are ordering less expensive items are free to use this service. Tracking capabilities are not as detailed or up to the minute as FedEx, fyi.

All International customers are responsible for their own Duties and VAT fees, assessed by their country's Customs Offices. Customs may impose a delay on any package's arrival for further inspection, so please make sure to keep yourself available to answer any questions via phone to ensure quick inspection and delivery. PLEASE NOTE: Refused or missed packages will be returned directly to Pure, and any return delivery fees and/or fees assessed by FedEx or the Customs Office will be deducted from the total refund due you.

To calculate the estimated total cost of any Duties or VAT due upon arrival, you can use dutycalculator.com. All values are estimated and based upon the total amount of the pearls, shipping costs and any insurance you or we decide to place upon the package, so total amounts can change. We are not responsible for changes to the total amount due upon your package's arrival in your country.

What does princess mean

The term "princess" is used to denote a specific pearl necklace length, ranging from 17 to 19-inches total. It is the most popular and versatile necklace length in the world, and is considered to be the modern classic. Generally the princess length pearl necklace will come to rest about 1 to 1.5-inches below the hollow of the throat. Please note that total necklace length includes knotting and clasp.

The most popular necklace lengths are: 16-inch Choker, 18-inch Princess, 22-inch Matinee, 36-inch Opera, 54-inch Rope, 100-inch Endless Rope. Total necklace length measurements can vary by pearl type. For instance on our website, Freshwater pearl princess length necklaces measure 17.5-inches, and Akoya pearl princess length necklaces measure 18-inches in total length - this is due to varying international farming and sorting standards. Additionally, please allow up to 0.5-inch variations in total finished necklace lengths; this is completely natural and due to the actual size variations of the pearls in each strand. We do our absolute best to make sure every necklace measures as closely as possible to the maximum total length, but again, natural variations in actual pearl size may cause some necklaces to be slightly over or under stated approximate lengths.

To measure your pearl necklace on your own, stretch out the pearls end to end on a flat surface. Begin measuring at the clasp, and end at the very last pearl. Be sure not to include the clasps' hook or tab closure mechanism, as this locks inside the body of the clasp, and does not contribute any additional length. To learn more about pearl necklace length, visit: http://www.purepearls.com/pearl-education/choosing-the-right-necklace-length.html