Gold: 585 Hallmarked - Sent in the Jewellery box - Pearl size: 5.7-6.0mm - Provenance(origin): Germany
|Material Fineness:||14 ct.|
|Size:||56cm (incl clasp)|
|Total Weight (in g):||24.12gr|
|Condition:||Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of wear|
An exquisite antique necklace from around 1930 Germany with a natural cream-rosé AA sea/salty Akoya pearls from Japanese sea that have a very strong quality luster with a reflecting slight-silver shine. The pearls show minimal natural growth sings, we took pictures up close so you can see what we mean. The pearls are round and mostly uniform, both thickness and shine of the luster is beyond great, it has a very sharp reflection and the fact is that the reflected light sources have crisp, distinctive edges. Obviously all pearls are single knotted and to guarantee quality for the next buyer we have refreshed all silk strings and tested them for breaking. The size goes from 5.7mm to 6.0mm. This one string necklace is accompanied with an elegant 14Kt. white/yellow gold clasp. Please use the photos to judge the condition, we took them under an evening sun without any additional lightning. No photoshop, no filters and no extra sparkles, these are natural pictures as our only intention is to show what the necklace looks like. The actual measurements are below.
Pearls: 5.7-6.0mm - individually knotted - cream coloured with a rosé tint
Gold: 585 Hallmarked - white front/yellow back
Length: 56.0cm (with clasp)
Sent in a jewellery gift box as an insured and signed package.
|Member since:||September 6, 2016|
Very fast shipping! I love the ring! Many thanks
Fast delivery and good packaging!
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|Rest of Europe||$43.46|
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