Mikimoto Akoya Cultured Pearl Station Necklace 18K image number 0
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Mikimoto Akoya Cultured Pearl Station Necklace 18K

Item No.
11811221
11811221
$1,500.00
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A fine yellow gold chain is interrupted by lustrous pearls in this tin cup style necklace.
Give the gift of a lifetime with nature's most precious jewel. Legendary quality and style since 1893, Mikimoto jewels are objects of desire to cherish today and for generations to come.
Due to the unique nature of pearls, shade of color, shape or texture, may vary slightly from photo.
  • Item No.
    11811221
    11811221
  • Style #
    PC 158L K
  • Jewelry Type
    Necklace
  • Jewelry Sub Type
    Station
  • Metal Type
    Yellow Gold
  • Metal Purity
    18K Yellow Gold
  • Clasp
    Spring Ring (C-Clasp)
  • Length
    18 inches
  • Gemstone
    Cultured Akoya Pearl
  • MM Min
    5
  • MM Max
    5.5
  • Count
    11

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