Freshwater pearls, harvested in lakes and rivers as opposed to salt water, are the most commercially used species of cultured pearl.
Produced mainly in China, they are grown in mussels, allowing for many pieces to be grown at one time. Sizes range from 2 – 16mm and colours available are extensive, ranging from whites to fancy pastel colours such as peach, pink and lavender.
Due to their wide production and availability, Freshwater pearls are an attractive option for lower priced jewellery.
Cultured Freshwater Pearl Halo Pendant 9ct Yellow Gold Pendant & Chain
A gold halo encircles a cultured freshwater pearl, creating a relaxed & modern pendant.
The pendant & chain is in 9ct yellow gold, the chain has a length of 16 inches.