A gorgeous diamond clasp allows this 1950s pearl choker to be worn two ways! The striking heart-shaped clasp can be worn on the back of the neck for a more classic look, or in the front to be shown off as a centerpiece to these lovely pearls. Set in 14k white gold, it features around 1 carat in total weight of H-I near colorless grade, VS clarity grade diamonds, including a sizable pear cut at its center surrounded by baguette and full cuts. The Akoya Japanese pearls are of fine quality, ranging between 8.3 and 9.2 millimeters and graded A-AA grade. The clasp measures about 9.5 by 12.5 millimeters. The strand measures about 16 inches long and is pictured as the topmost strand on the model photographed.
We are proud to offer these pearls at a fraction of their retail value which is estimated between $7500 to $10000. We are known for our unbeatable pricing on our entire collection and pearls are certainly the greatest example of this. Find more pearls in our 'Necklaces' collection and many many more in our shop– please inquire!