This fine piece features a single South Sea Baroque salt water pearl pendant with a shiny 18K gold plated silver chain. The South Sea Baroque pearl comes with different size (see pearl measurement), and is waterdrop-shaped with fantastic luster. A timeless and elegant piece which can be a highlight for both your daily and evening-out outfits!
Materials: South Sea Baroque salt water pearl and 18K gold plated silver
Measurements (silver chain): 45 cm
Measurements (pearl): size M: 13-14 mm long and 7-10 mm wide (M shown in pictures)
size L: around 16 mm long and 14 mm wide
About South Sea Pearls
South Sea pearls are salt water pearls and produced by a type of oyster which is called pinctada maxima. This type of oyster is the largest oyster among all the pearl oysters, and there are two sub-species: silver-lipped and gold-lipped. Pearls produced by silver-lipped oysters come with fine white or silver color and usually combined with blue overtone; while gold-lipped oysters usually produce cream, champagne or deep golden colored pearls. The majority of white color ranged South Sea pearls is produced in Australia; while the golden color ranged South Sea pearls are mostly produced in Philippines and Indonesia. South Sea pearls are large in size, comparing to Freshwater pearls and Akoya Pearls.
About Baroque Pearls
Pearls are the only organic and living gemstones. Baroque pearls are a type of pearls which have irregular shapes, surface, shades, luster and sizes. Every baroque pearl is unique. Baroque pearls could be bold and expressive, yet not lose pearl’s soft and feminine side. The word baroque is originated from Portuguese word “barroco”, which describes a form of art, featuring a highly ornate and often extravagant style