American Pearl Announces Build Your Own Custom Pearl and Gemstone Pendant

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American Pearl introduces its build your own pearl and gemstone pendant line. The famed New York City pearl distributor is now offering eight pearl and 12 gemstone options to help each of its customers create her signature drop pendant look on either sterling silver, platinum, 14k or 18k gold. The $153 necklaces are created in-house by American Pearl's team of distinguished pearl designers.

Every woman has a favorite type of pearl. Some women love the dark, mysterious Tahitian pearls with green, gray, blue and eggplant overtones. Some women wear nothing other than the classic, round white Japanese Akoya pearl. Other women adore the unusually-colored golden, pink, peach and chocolate pearls. For these women, wearing their beloved pearls helps them better express their signature styles when wearing both casual outfits, business wear and formal attire. Today, American Pearl is happy to announce that its clients can now incorporate their favorite pearl styles into a stunning pearl and gemstone pendant. The company is proud to introduce its build your own custom pearl and gemstone pendant line. For just $153, customers can select the one pearl, gemstone and metal combination that best showcases their individual jewelry style.

The necklaces feature the customer's choice of platinum, silver, 18k or 14k metal with a small round gemstone placed atop a single dangling pearl. The company's available pearls for this pendant include lavender, pink, peach and golden pearls, as well as white, Tahitian, Tahitian chocolate and Akoya black pearls. The twelve gemstones include emeralds, diamonds, aquamarine, sapphire, amethyst, black diamonds and citrine. White sapphires, tanzanites, yellow sapphires, pink sapphires and rubies are also available gemstone options.

American Pearl invites its customers to visit its showroom in New York City's Diamond District or visit to view the available build your own pearl and gemstone pendant options.

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