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Akoya baroque necklace
Akoya baroque necklace

Akoya baroque necklace


Akoya baroque necklace, 7×8mm, 51cm, not dyed, natural white-silver color, the best akoya pearl from Japan.

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A supremely beautiful baroque necklace has been created. It has a color that resembles a mix of white and silver. The surface of the pearl is incredibly smooth. The pearl layer is very thick, giving it a metallic appearance while also exuding a soft and silky aura. Although I have been in the pearl industry for only about 10 years, I don’t recall encountering pearls of such breathtaking beauty before. If this necklace were made with round pearls, using pearls of this high quality would make it extremely expensive. Additionally, focusing on achieving perfect roundness might sacrifice the thickness of the pearl layer.

I have posted a comparison video with other necklaces, it might be challenging to discern the differences between the necklaces in the video. In reality, this necklace shines brilliantly and overwhelmingly.


If you are interested, please take a look at here. The website describes the process of creating this necklace, including pearl selection, drilling, washing, stringing, All-knot technique, and there are also comparison videos. It’s an enjoyable video to watch on my own. When this necklace was completed, it was so incredibly beautiful that I didn’t feel like selling it for a while. After about a month, I finally settled down and decided to sell it or rather, to showcase it to as many people as possible. The balance between the necklace’s radiance, its natural white-silver color with a hint of red, and the overall aesthetics are unparalleled by any other pearls. It may be an exaggeration, but it’s undoubtedly in the high-class range. Of course, there’s no need for certificates or labels that deviate from the essence of pearls, even though they are currently popular in the pearl industry. This necklace is baroque, so it cannot achieve the highest quality, but it doesn’t require it either. Moreover, I will cover all costs associated with returning this pearl. I believe that once someone sees this necklace even once, the likelihood of returning it is nearly nonexistent.

… I still find myself captivated by this necklace. Ideally, I would like to price it around $7,000, but I have set a fair price. Since it’s baroque, the price is naturally lower. In terms of market value, round pearls hold more significance. However, for baroque enthusiasts, the slightly lower market value means that they can obtain inherently superior pearls, both in terms of personal preference and the thickness of the pearl layer, at a more affordable price. There are many values in this world that cannot be measured by money alone. Value is subjective, and it goes beyond mere monetary value. When I was a child, a smooth stone I picked up on the roadside was a treasure to me at that time. However, when I returned home, my mother discarded it. Everyone has their own perspectives.

It has been quite a while since I listed on Etsy. I have a lot of pearls, but it takes a considerable amount of time to turn them into finished products due to the large quantity. However, during this time, I have been regularly emailing a few of my Etsy customers who have become somewhat like friends. I am truly grateful for Etsy and pearls for these connections.

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