Australian pearl on sterling silver choker woman - White south sea pearl on sterling silver chain - australian white pearl choker for women

$78.56

White Australian pearl mounted on a thin and thin sterling silver chain. Cultured pearl from the sourh seas, australian coasts choker for women.
A flush of bright, elegant choker.

Pearl from Australia:
Shape: semi-baroque circled
Color: white
Category : C (1)
Diameter: 9.5mm (0.37 in.)
Luster (2): good
Orient (3): good

Chain:
Metal: sterling silver
Diameter: 0.9 mm (0.035 in.)
Mesh: round beads
Clasp: Spring
Length: 38 cm (14.96 in.)

Note: you can not remove the bead from the chain.

I carefully selected this pearl from Australie as it match the best as possible in color and size with the chain.

The jewel on pictures is the one that will be sent to you.

(1) The classification quality of the surface of cultured pearls is:

Category A: A pearl having at most one imperfection or a group of slight imperfections concentrated on more than 10% of its surface. A beautiful luster.
Category B: A pearl with slight imperfections concentrated on more than 30% of its surface. Beautiful to medium luster.
Category C: A pearl with slight imperfections concentrated on more than 60% of its surface. medium luster.
Category D: A pearl having either slight imperfections over 60% of the surface without deep imperfections or slight and deep imperfections concentrated on more than 60% of its surface. low gloss.

(2) The gloss of a bead is the measure of the quantity and quality of light that is reflected by the surface of a bead or just below the surface of a pearl.
The luster of a good quality pearl is sharp and bright.
You should almost be able to see your reflection on the surface of a pearl.
A pearl that appears too white, dull or chalky, is of low quality.

(3) The orient of a pearl is the way the prism of natural light decomposes in the depths of a pearl aragonite layers. This iridescence gives any pearl
brilliance is going to found enhanced by reflections of colors ranging from white to black in shades of cream, pink, blue, peacock green, purple and gold.

Shipping from France

Processing time

3-5 business days

Estimated shipping times

  • France : 2 - 5 business days
  • North America : 7 - 30 business days
  • Europe : 3 - 15 business days
  • Australia, New Zealand and Oceania : 20 - 30 business days

I'll do my best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.

Customs and import taxes

Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.

Payment Options

Secure options
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards

Returns & Exchanges

I gladly accept returns and exchanges

Just contact me within: 14 days of delivery

Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery

I don't accept cancellations

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:

  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)

Conditions of return

Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.

Frequently Asked Questions

Maintenance instructions

Pearls :
To keep all your Tahitian cultured pearls shine, wear them as often as possible!
Avoid contact with chemicals such as perfume, bleach, shampoos, etc.
Highly resistant, Tahitian pearls can get scratched by abrasive objects / materials.
They are cleaned with a soft cloth, they can be rubbed with olive oil.
If you store them for a long time, place a small container of water at their side, so that they are always hydrated.
The leather :
You can grease it with: shea butter, natural wax for leather, olive oil. When it becomes dry and hard, feed it quickly.

How to recognize a real pearl from a fake?

-The temperature: the fancy pearl takes the ambient temperature while the true cultured pearl of Tahiti, Australia ... will always be a little cooler. Put it under your nose and realize!
- The weight: the false pearl is often lighter while the real pearl is quite heavy.
- The texture: the fantasy is all smooth while the cultured pearl is rough. By rubbing two pearls against them, we can determine its texture. You can also put it on your teeth!
- The shape: the false pearls are all identical whereas the real pearls are unique by their peculiarities!
-The quality: the fantasy is flammable while the real pearl is not.

Custom and personalized orders

I often make custom and personalized jewelry. Give me your measurements (neck, wrist, ankle) and a little more time to realize your jewel.
I am open to your proposals of creations, tell me your desires and we will develop the design of the jewel.
I can make you choose on photos your future pearls if you wish.

What do the pearl categories mean?

The classification concerning the surface quality of cultured pearls of Tahiti is:

Category A: Pearl with at most one imperfection or group of light imperfections concentrated on not more than 10% of its surface. Very beautiful luster.

Category B: Pearl with some slight imperfections concentrated on at most 30% of its surface. Chandelier beautiful or medium.

Category C: Pearl with slight imperfections concentrated on not more than 60% of its surface. Medium chandelier.

Category D: Pearls with either slight imperfections on more than 60% of the surface, without deep imperfections, or light and deep imperfections concentrated on not more than 60% of its surface. Luster weak.

What mean the luster and orient of a pearl?

The luster of a pearl is the measure of the quantity and quality of light that is reflected by the surface of a pearl or just under the surface of a pearl. The more your reflection in the pearl is sharp, the higher the luster.
The luster of a pearl of good quality is clear and bright. A pearl that appears too white, dull or limestone, is of low quality.


The orient of a pearl is the way in which the prism of natural light breaks down in the depths of a pearl's aragonite layers. This iridescence gives the pearl all the brilliance that will be sublimated by reflections of colors that go from white to black in shades of cream, pink, blue, peacock green, purple and gold.

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