Golden South Sea Pearl Pendant And Earrings
Golden South Sea pearls are among the biggest, most desirable pearls created today. They are cultured in the gold-lip species of the Pinctada Maxima, South Sea pearl mollusk. Their warm, brilliant tones are totally normal and captivating yet luxurious. Golden South Sea pearls, much like white South Sea pearls, are ordinarily bigger than other saltwater pearl.
Their host shell is the biggest pearl-creating shell, and can grow a huge pearl. Similarly as with other saltwater shell, the Pinctada Maxima species is bead-nucleated. Nonetheless, the cultured time frame is about 2-4 years.
Pearls cultured by the gold-lip South Sea pearl clam go is color from a silky white to an intense gold. Other tones in the middle are referred to as yellow and champagne. South Sea pearls tend to have thick nacre and large size. Thus, not all brilliant South Sea pearls are perfectly spherical, whereby large number of harvest are drop pearls, button pearls, baroque pearls and circle pearls.The normal size is in the 10 to 13 mm range, and fewer pearls have been found as vast as 20 mm.
Due to the large pearl, many people like to wear it as golden South Sea pearl pendant, or more luxury will be golden South Sea pearl necklace and always pair with golden South Sea pearl earrings.
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