Gold: 585 JKA Hallmarked - Brandsign: Ω (omega) - Length: 50cm (incl clasp) - Weight: 35gr - Provenance (Origin): presumed Switzerland
|Material Fineness:||14 ct.|
|Weight Main Stone (in carat):||0.018x10pcs = 0.18ct total|
|Total Weight (in g):||35gr|
|Condition:||As new - unused|
An exquisite necklace in an excellent condition with natural ivory-cream Akoya pearls from Japanese sea that have an a very strong quality luster that gives off a slight silver shine with tints of rosé, each of them single knotted and no visible growth sings. The size varies going from 6.0mm to 9.6mm in an ascending order towards the middle. The pearls are not uniform, which is better visible in the pictures. This one string necklace is accompanied with an dignified clasp set with 10 Wesselton diamonds H/VS1 cut in a Single 8/8 cut.
Please use the photos to judge the condition, we took them under an evening sun, although we don't use Photoshop on our any filters on out items, it is also very unnecessary for these pearls since they have such a good lustre (shine). The actual measurements are below. Note that the box in the pictures is not included in the auction, it is our dedicated photo box, we will obviously provide a simple gift box as replacement though.
Pearls: 6.0mm to 9.6mm ascending - individually knotted - ivory-cream coloured
Diamonds: 1.6mm Single 8/8 cut (x10pcs) - total approx 0.18ct - [H/VS1]
Gold: 585 JKA Hallmarked - Brandsign: Ω (omega)
Length: 50cm (with clasp)
Origin: presumed Switzerland by the information gotten from the previous seller
Condition: splendid / very very good
Sent in a jewellery gift box as an insured and signed package.
|Member since:||October 31, 2014|
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|United States||$ 59.84|
|United Kingdom||$ 35.90|
|Rest of Europe||$ 41.89|
|Anywhere else||$ 59.84|
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