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This darkly sparkling jewel of a necklace showcases some of the rarest and most beautiful colors Tahitian pearls can possess. These beautiful Baroque Tahitian pearls feature bright, flowing Luster that's irresistible to the eye. Very Dark Charcoal to Near Black body colors range to a rare near-true black color, which provides an excellent base for the shimmering overtones of Dark Peacock-Green and subtle Cherry hues shimmering over each pearl surface. Yellow gold is recommended to pair with this strand to enhance the warmer overtones.
The 18-inch, AA+/AAA Quality necklace has 41 pearls that graduate from 8.1 to 10.5mm. All of our Tahitian pearl necklaces are completely unique, one-of-a-kind creations - the necklace in the picture is the one you will receive. The necklace will be individually double-knotted on matching black silk and finished with a 14K Gold clasp of your choice. Each pearl purchase comes nestled in our Signature Little Black Gift Box and is accompanied with a GIA Graduate Prepared Retail Appraisal and Pearl Care Instructions.
|Pearl Color||Black / Natural-Color, No Treatments|
|Pearl Type||Tahitian Pearls|
|Pearl Quality||AA+/AAA Quality|
|Pearl Size||8.1-10.5mm, 41 Pearls|
|Pearl Shape||Baroque/Off Round|
|Overall Length||18-Inches / Princess Length|
|Mollusk Type||Pinctada margaritifera, black-lipped saltwater oyster|
|Area of Origin||French Polynesia|
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