6-7mm Triple Row Black Cultured Freshwater Pearl Bracelet with 14k White Gold Filled Clasp

6-7mm Triple Row Black Cultured Freshwater Pearl Bracelet with 14k White Gold Filled Clasp

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One of our popular styles, this triple row black, cultured freshwater pearl bracelet has three rows of pearls. The 7-8mm black cultured freshwater pearls are slightly off round, with very clean surfaces and high luster. All put together with a 14k white gold filled bar clasp. 7.5" is the standard size, but we also have available in 7" (petite wrist) or 8" larger wrist), if you want something outside of these parameters, please contact us at Avalon Pearls (info@avalonpearls.com).

At Avalon Pearls, our GIA trained experts select the pearls directly from pearl farms all over the world. Only the pearls with the best luster, shape and surface quality are hand selected to be Avalon Pearls. We harbor a strong belief that all women deserve to wear fabulous pearls at reasonable prices and as we are a vertically integrated manufacturer we are able to offer the best pearls for the best prices. We stand by every product we sell and have a no questions asked return policy up to 60 days from the date of purchase.

Yet cultured pearls are more than just jewels. Since the beginning of time, pearls have been revered as one of the world's most beautiful and magical gems. Today, cultured pearls are the foundation of every woman's jewelry wardrobe. Fashionable, feminine and fresh, cultured pearls truly enhance a woman's palette of styles. Rich and adaptable, a lustrous star in the world of fine jewelry, a simple cultured pearl necklace can take a woman through every moment in her life, every outfit in her wardrobe. The possibilities are endless.
In many ancient societies pearls symbolized the moon and were imbued with magical properties. Ancient Chinese civilizations believed that wearing pearls protected a person from fire and dragons, and other cultures have associated them with chastity and modesty. In Victorian England small seed pearls were often used in mourning jewelry to symbolize tears.

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