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Pearl Station Necklace Sterling Silver Freshwater Black Cultured 18" Tin Cup Necklace

Pearl Station Necklace Sterling Silver Freshwater Black Cultured 18" Tin Cup Necklace

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Necklace length: 18 Inches
  • Gemstone: Pearl
  • Chain style: Bead
  • Favorited by: 10 people
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Sterling Silver Freshwater Black Cultured Pearl Station 18" Necklace

Beautiful black freshwater pearl station necklace 18" with lobster claw closure. Large roundish 5.5-6mm cultured black (dyed) pearls move with you. Pretty black pearls really catches the eye. These are sure to impress. The perfect gift for any age!

Nobody knows when someone first pried open an oyster and found a pearl. With its soft, rainbow-hued iridescence & radiance, that first pearl must have seemed like a magical gift. Pearls are unlike other gemstones because they do not have to be cut and polished to enhance their natural beauty—they grow into it on their own. No wonder pearls have been prized for their beauty, perfection, and rarity.

For thousands of years, pearls have been the exclusive gemstones of royalty and nobility in just about every culture. In China, they were used for over five thousand years to decorate the crowns of emperors, the robes of noblewomen, and the sacred statues of the Buddha.

In ancient Rome and medieval France, only the aristocracy were allowed to wear pearls. In Elizabethan England, only royalty could wear them. Pearls became associated with wealth, status, and power, and ordinary people began to desire them as symbols of these things. Throughout history, millions of people have yearned to wear pearls.
Sterling Silver Freshwater Black Cultured Pearl Station 18" Necklace

Beautiful black freshwater pearl station necklace 18" with lobster claw closure. Large roundish 5.5-6mm cultured black (dyed) pearls move with you. Pretty black pearls really catches the eye. These are sure to impress. The perfect gift for any age!

Nobody knows when someone first pried open an oyster and found a pearl. With its soft, rainbow-hued iridescence & radiance, that first pearl must have seemed like a magical gift. Pearls are unlike other gemstones because they do not have to be cut and polished to enhance their natural beauty—they grow into it on their own. No wonder pearls have been prized for their beauty, perfection, and rarity.

For thousands of years, pearls have been the exclusive gemstones of royalty and nobility in just about every culture. In China, they were used for over five thousand years to decorate the crowns of emperors, the robes of noblewomen, and the sacred statues of the Buddha.

In ancient Rome and medieval France, only the aristocracy were allowed to wear pearls. In Elizabethan England, only royalty could wear them. Pearls became associated with wealth, status, and power, and ordinary people began to desire them as symbols of these things. Throughout history, millions of people have yearned to wear pearls.

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