American Pearl Introduces Rare, Expansive Line of High-Grade Freshwater Pearls

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American Pearl announces its extensive collection of top-harvest freshwater pearls. The unprecedented event yielded a magnificent array of high-grade freshwater pearls never before available at one time. The company's world renowned designers used these rare findings to create a vast assortment of unique pearl necklaces. The stunning collection features graduated strands and 36-inchlong, opera length necklaces.

Like kids in a candy store, freshwater pearl aficionados dream of the day when they can have their pick of the freshwater pearl harvest's most elusive assortment of top-quality selections. These freshwater pearl experts know that the crème de la crème of the freshwater pearl harvest yields organic gems distinctive of the finest, most expensive South Sea or Akoya pearls. However, these rare, magnificent finds of the freshwater pearl harvest are accompanied by a modest price tag most people can easily afford.

Today, American Pearl is elated to introduce its rare, expansive line of high-grade freshwater pearls hand-selected from this year's harvest. Never before has the company been able to acquire this wide of a selection of top-harvest freshwater pearls at one time. “We pride ourselves on offering pearls that truly have a mirror-like, reflective quality,” says a company spokesperson. Therefore, the company chose only the cleanest, most lustrous pieces from the freshwater top-harvest to feature in its current offerings.

American Pearl's world renowned pearl designers have hand-constructed a remarkably stunning
necklace collection that is now available to the public. The extensive assortment includes a wide array of necklaces sizes and styles, including 36-inch-long, opera length necklaces and graduated strands.

The company invites its customers to view the rare, high-grade freshwater pearl necklace collection online or in its showroom at 576 Fifth Ave in New York City.

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