Graduated South Sea Pearl Diamond Platinum Necklace



South Sea Pearl graduated diamond platinum necklace, circa 1990s.

The South Sea Pearl Graduated Diamond Platinum Necklace is a luxurious and elegant piece of jewelry that exudes sophistication and class. Crafted with fine materials, this necklace showcases the beauty of South Sea pearls and diamonds set in platinum, creating a stunning combination that is sure to turn heads.

South Sea pearls are known for their large size, smooth surface, and lustrous appearance, making them highly coveted in the world of fine jewelry. The graduated design of this necklace allows the pearls to cascade gracefully along the neckline, adding a touch of glamour to any outfit.

The diamond ball clasp accenting the pearls adds a touch of sparkle and brilliance to the necklace, further enhancing its beauty and elegance. Set in platinum, a metal known for its durability and strength, this necklace is not only aesthetically pleasing but also built to last.

Whether worn for a special occasion or as an everyday accessory, the South Sea Pearl Graduated Diamond Platinum Necklace is sure to make a statement and elevate any ensemble. Its timeless design and exquisite craftsmanship make it a must-have piece for anyone who appreciates luxury and style.


 PEARLS:  South Sea cultured pearls 

 MEASUREMENTS:  12mm to 16mm and 17.25" long.

 CLASP: Platinum diamond pave diamond ball clasp set with 116 round brilliant cut diamonds total approximately 3.25 carats, approximately VS-SI clarity, H color.

CONDITION:  high magnification photographs show considerable design details, and this necklace is in good condition, all consistent with age and wear.

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