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SALTWATER AKOYA CULTURED ROUND PEARL BRACELET WITH 9CT GOLD CLASP

Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery


Regular price £295.00
SALTWATER AKOYA CULTURED ROUND PEARL BRACELET WITH 9CT GOLD CLASP
SALTWATER AKOYA CULTURED ROUND PEARL BRACELET WITH 9CT GOLD CLASP
SALTWATER AKOYA CULTURED ROUND PEARL BRACELET WITH 9CT GOLD CLASP
SALTWATER AKOYA CULTURED ROUND PEARL BRACELET WITH 9CT GOLD CLASP
SALTWATER AKOYA CULTURED ROUND PEARL BRACELET WITH 9CT GOLD CLASP

Oh, let's talk Pearls, darlings! 🌟 These little gems are like nature's magic trick, grown from the Akoya mollusc in Japan. They're 6-6.5mm in diameter, and let me tell you, they've got a lustre that can stop traffic. Plus, they're rocking an Art Deco style 9ct gold clasp to seal the deal. Made to order and individually knotted, expect to wait 10-14 days post-order for this bracelet, but wow she's worth it!

But you know what's even more mind-boggling? It's how nature can take something as humble as a grain of sand and turn it into one of the most stunning gems on the planet. That's right, we're talking Pearls, and they're in a league of their own when it comes to organic gems. (Think Coral, Amber, and Jet – they're the cool kids in this gem gang.)

Here's the scoop: if a sneaky grain of sand finds its way into a mollusc, it becomes the ultimate party crasher, irritating the poor creature inside. So, to deal with the intruder, the mollusc does something pretty spectacular – it releases a silky substance called nacre. This nacre coats the uninvited guest and voilà, you've got yourself a Pearl in the making.

Now, it might sound romantic to picture natural Pearls forming in the deep sea, waiting for brave divers to discover them at the ocean's bottom. But, my friends, there's a dark side to this treasure hunt. Diving for Pearls can be downright destructive for coral and sea life, which is why it's been banned in many waters.

Enter cultured Pearls – the eco-friendly answer to our Pearl-loving prayers. These Pearls are grown in environmentally-conscious Pearl farms. Think of them as the Pearls that went to the best finishing school – they're cultivated under watchful eyes, not plucked from the wild.

Here's the deal with Pearls: when you treat them right, they'll stick around for a lifetime. It's actually a good idea to wear them often because your body's natural oils help keep them looking fabulous. But here's the catch – Pearls don't play nice with household chemicals, perfume, makeup, or hairspray. So, let them shine, but keep them away from the beauty arsenal.

And here's a little tidbit for you – along with Moonstone and Alexandrite, Pearl is the birthstone of June. So if you're a June baby, consider yourself extra lucky to have these luminous gems as your birthright. 💎✨

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