Size: 40cm - Total weight: 1 st
|Type:||Bracelet (More lots)|
|Material:||Silver - 9x11mm South Sea Pearls|
|Brand:||NO RESERVE PRICE|
|Total Weight:||1 st|
This beautiful pearl bracelet features a double row of lustrous South Sea pearls , cultured in the saltwater Pinctada maxima oyster in the ocean waters of Australia.
The cool silvery hues of these pearls are highly prized and valued, taking around 2 to 3 years to grow in the oyster.
The 32 drop shaped pearls have been hand selected for their excellent bright lustre, with some some natural light irregularities being visible on their surface.
The bracelet is strung by hand with knots between each pearl for safety and is completed with a secure clasp in 925 silver.
The bracelet measures 40cm and wraps twice around the wrist for an elegant yet stylish look.
Packaging: Bracelet jewellery and an Authenticity Certificate to guarantee the source and quality.
Insured track and trace delivery.
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Catawiki member since November 7, 2016, received 1533 reviews in total (1182 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||100% (1182 reviews)|
|(last 12 months)|
Great quality, very good packed and quick arrived. I am very happy with the necklace.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Las perlas no tienen el tamaño descrito. Embalaje perfecto y envío rápido. Sería de agradecer que la descripción se ajustara a la realidad del objeto, gracias.
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|Hong Kong, China||$33.17|
|Rest of Europe||$16.59|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Antwerpen (Antwerpen), Belgium.
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