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EAN-130000033910000   EAN-13 barcode 0000033910000
UPC-A000033910000   UPC-A barcode 000033910000
Product NameTahitian Black 10.9 mm Pearl Stud Earring 14K White Gold
LanguageEnglish
CategoryJewelry / Watches
Short DescriptionLb
Price New300.00 US Dollars    (curriencies)
BindingJewelry
Features
  • Tahitian Black Pearl Stud Earring 14K White Gold
  • Pearl Size = 10.9 & 10.8mm
  • Total Number of Pearls = 2
  • Color of Pearls = Black with light brownish tint
  • Shape of Pearls = Round
Long DescriptionTahitian Pearls: These pearls are among the rarest of all pearls that are available found off the seas of Tahiti. Tahitian Pearls are natural color pearls that are very rare. They come in colors including black, grey, and green. Sizes range from 9mm to 15mm. The values of these pearls are generated from the rarity and quality. The qualities of the pearls are measured by the pearls luster, surface flaws, shape, color and size.
Created07-01-2006
Modified09-26-2018 6:34:18pm
MD56f22545018afd9a7214c1abcefb843eb
SHA2561cb6e42e59c53515cb23c62a6512d23edfeb42cf6a61eb509e321caad3241cc4
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