585 white gold clasp - total length when open 22.5cm, 22cm when closed
Akoya pearl bracelet, 3 strand, Japanese salt water pearls
Patented clasp, total open length 22.5cm, closed length 22cm, width 2.5cm
(Clasp ends slot together, hence the difference in length)
With 81 large Akoya pearls of 7.0-7.3mm
Colour: white, lustre: Mirror-shine with silvery overtones
Perfectly round, absolutely top quality
Spring bars and patented clasp made from 585 white gold.
The clasp has a trim of three rubies 3mm each in diameter
With rare dove crimson colour, natural colour - not heated or speciality glass
Precious stones are often treated in order to improve colour or clarity.
This was not tested for this specific lot.
No signs of wear (refurbished)
Insured shipping of this jewellery item in a high-quality bracelet case.
|Member since:||August 7, 2015|
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la collana è bella e la misura delle perle corrisponde alla descrizione. Non corrisponde però alla fotografia...
Molto piccoli, rispetto alla foto
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United Kingdom||$ 15.10|
|United States||$ 86.88|
|Rest of Europe||$ 15.10|
|Rest of the World||$ 86.88|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Herne (NRW), Germany.
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