Blue Nile Freshwater Cultured Pearl Bracelet with 14k White Gold (6.0-6.5mm)
  • Pre-owned Akoya Pearl & Diamond Bracelet
    White rosé Akoya pearl strand bracelet with diamond set 18K white gold spacers, push-slide clasp and safety catch. This item has been inspected and appraised by our certified gemologist. Metal: 18K White Gold Finish: Bright Pearl Type: Akoya Size: 7-7.5mm Shape: Round Color: White rosé Orient: Moderate Luster: Very high Blemish: Very slight Nacre Thickness: Thick Matching & Uniformity: Very good Stones: Diamond Color: F-G Clarity: VS1, VS2 Finish: Excellent Total Carat Weight: 0.75
  • Pre-owned Diamond and Pearl Bangle
    14K white gold bangle bracelet with white Akoya pearls surrounded by diamonds and safety catch chain. This item has been inspected and appraised by our certified gemologist. Metal: 14K White Gold Total Gram Weight: 15.9 Pearl Type: Akoya Cultured Size: 3mm - 5mm Shape: Round Color: Cream rosé Luster: Medium Skins: Thick, smooth Stones: Diamond Color: G-H Clarity: VS1-SI1 Finish: Good Total Carat Weight: 0.66
    The beautiful luster of eight Akoya cultured pearls lights up a simple chain bracelet elegantly handcrafted in white gold. Brand: MIKIMOTO. Style Name: AKOYA PEARL AND CHAIN BRACELET. Style Number: 340864. Available In Stores.
  • Women's David Yurman Sixteen-Row Chain Bracelet with Pearls
    Sterling silver. White cultured freshwater pearl, bleached, 5.5-8mm diameter. 21mm wide. Push-button clasp. By David Yurman; imported. Brand: David Yurman. Style Name: David Yurman Sixteen-Row Chain Bracelet with Pearls. Style Number: 960350.
  • Turquoise Vista Pearl Bracelet
    The unique top-clasp on this handcrafted bracelet serves as an ever-present vista with a generous window of turquoise on an oxidized gold-plated base. Consider it your own vacation to the Turquoise Coast, accompanying you throughout your day with its five strands of freshwater pearl, serene as a summer sky. The classic design of this piece maintains an elegance as steady as the Mediterranean's timeless vistas. Jeannette Simon’s passion for art and jewelry began as a means of cultural exploration, but when she happened upon gorgeous jewelry off the beaten path of Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar, her life’s journey took a new course. 'I felt transported back in time,” she recalls, 'back to a decadent era of harems and sultans.” She knew this jewelry was meant to be a part of her life, and Gypsy was born--offering beautiful, inspiring creations crafted using the same 17th-century techniques as those perfected during the Ottoman Empire. .