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Round Golden South Sea Cultured High Luster Pearl 11.6mm Ring 925 Silver with Rhodium plating and White Topaz 0.43 ct twt, 67 stones.
Pearl Type: Golden South Sea Cultured (No Treatment)
Pearl Size: 11.6mm
Pearl Color: Natural Gold
Pearl Origin: Philippines
Stone Type: White Topaz
Stone Shape: Round
Country of Origin: Brazil
Stone Weight: 0.43 ct twt
Stone Amount: 67 stones
Metal Type: 925 Silver with Rhodium plating
Ring US Sizes: various sizes, sizes 4 - 12
Manufactured in Kailua, Hawaii, USA.
Returns Accepted within 10 days. Customer pays for return shipping. Items with tags removed are Non-Returnable.
Pearl Color Disclosure:
Please be aware that the natural color of pearls varies, and coloring of the item received may vary due to this natural variation in pearl color and difference in screen color calibration. All of our pearls are untreated and coloring is 100% natural.
It is easy to be misled by words and prices when it comes to buying Pearls.
There is an overabundance of Chinese Freshwater Pearls on the market. Many of which have been dyed or irradiated to imitate the natural coloring of Tahitian or South Sea Cultured Pearls. There is nothing wrong with Freshwater Pearls, except in the case when the consumer thinks they are buying authentic Tahitian or South Sea Cultured Pearls, while in fact purchasing undisclosed treated Freshwater Pearls.
Freshwater Pearls come naturally in cream, off white, pink, mauve, and lavender, but never in the Tahitian or Golden South Sea Pearl color range.
When encountering the word “genuine” beware!
The Jewelers Vigilance Committee, and other American consumer groups, recognize the word genuine only when it applies to naturally formed pearls: pearls found in shells without human intervention. “Authentic” is the word to be used when it comes to cultured Pearls. So, when a seller has blasted the word genuine all over their site, you know their intent, knowledge, or research is left to question.
Shell Pearls and Shell beads. Don’t get confused! In the US, they can’t legally use the word pearl, except when the word “imitation” is used in conjunction. Pearl is only used for the actual pearl that was harvested from and oyster; like Freshwater, Akoya or South Sea Cultured Pearls.
Happy Pearl Shopping!
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