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Mikimoto 18ct White Gold 10-11mm Black South Sea Pearl Necklace
PP 20296 B W
Mikimoto 18ct White Gold 10-11mm Black South Sea Pearl Necklace. PP 20296 B W.
Over a century ago, Kokichi Mikimoto succeeded in creating the world's first cultured pearl. His quest for perfection and his love for these pure, lustrous gems of the sea were the guiding forces that built the house of Mikimoto.
The Mikimoto Black South Sea Collection features a large range of pieces all which feature Black South Sea Cultured pearls that are celebrated for their mysterious and remarkable overtones. Their generous size combines fluently with a spectrum of gleaming rich, dark colours, ranging from slate grey and silver to midnight black with overtones of green, pink and blue. This intricate Mikimoto necklace features an exquisite black south sea Pearl 10-11mm in size which sits gracefully on an 18ct white gold chain and would be a beautiful addition to any jewellery lovers collection.
The necklace comes beautifully packaged in a unique Mikimoto presentation box with certificate of authenticity.
Supplier Model No. PP 20296 B W
Collection Wedding Collection
Gemstone Coloured Gemstone
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