Pearl Necklaces Add Iconic Beauty to Your Attire
Coco Chanel. Audrey Hepburn. Grace Kelly. Jackie Kennedy. Pearl necklaces are associated with some of the most fashionable and iconic women of the last century. These women paired their sense of style with their influential lives and careers. You can too. Whether you favor the classic princess strand or want a more dramatic opera strand, your pearl necklace will be crafted using naturally sourced pearls that are never treated with dyes or luster-enhancing chemicals. Your pearls will be as timeless as the woman you want to be.
Stunning Gold Pearl Necklaces and Other Beauties
Masato offers pearl strands featuring South Sea Gold Pearls, Tahitian Black Pearls, and white or gray akoya pearls. You will be able to choose between traditional silk strands or surgical grade wire for better durability and appearance. Each strand is graduated with the largest pearls in the center, and the size of the pearls subtly decreasing toward the back. This style creates a more tapered, aesthetically-pleasing look, perfect for showing off the gorgeous quality of each pearl.
Plus, the back pearls on either side of the strand are cushioned with rubber rings between the pearls to help your necklace hold up through years of wear and enjoyment. You can also pick between a 950 platinum, 18 karat yellow gold clasp or 18k white gold clasp. Each part of your pearl necklace, from the length to the materials, can be customized, so that you receive a gorgeous pearl strand made just for you.
And as an added bonus, Masato Pearls will email to you pictures of your necklace being made. From the pearl selection process to stringing and delivery, you will be sent pictures of your special necklace as it is being crafted. Contact email@example.com for more information. These heirloom quality pearl strands can be cherished for generations.
The Source of Your Black Pearl Necklace
Masato's pearls are harvested using sustainable practices in Japan and Tahiti. Masato works with third and fourth generation pearl farmers and jewelers, and cuts out many of the middlemen between you and them, allowing you to afford the highest-quality pearls, and to know where they come from. Plus, a portion of each sale goes back to the preservation of Ago Bay, protecting the area for the community. While other pearls are dyed and treated, our natural processes mean that you can see that you are getting the best nature has to offer. That kind of quality never goes out of fashion.