American Pearl Introduces Van Gogh Tahitian Multicolor Pearl Necklaces

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American Pearl's new line showcases the rare, exotic Tahitian black pearls.

One hundred and twenty-three years after it was painted, Vincent Van Gogh's “Starry Night” still leaves onlookers standing in silent awe. The painting's brilliant display of luminescent moonlight, cascading over a tapestry of rolling hills and picturesque small town, is an unforgettable testament to the artist's fearless, signature impressionist style. Today, American Pearl, the leading U.S. pearl retailer, is proud to introduce its Van Gogh Tahitian multicolor pearl neckline line. Paying homage to the rich, brilliant colors used by Van Gogh in his world-renowned Starry Night painting collection, this line mimics his fine artistry through each necklace's explosion of deep, bold colors and dramatic, ornamental design.

American Pearl's new line showcases the rare, exotic Tahitian black pearls. These dark, mystical pearls are derived from the Silver Lipped oyster found in French Polynesia. This oyster's lip is naturally formed like a rainbow. When it produces a pearl, the pearl naturally inherits the oyster's spectacular color pattern. Therefore, the company best describes these exciting new pieces as “black pearl rainbows that borrow a different hue from each of the black pearl color spectrum, and refine it into a dark-based incandescent glow around the wearer's neck.”

American Pearl invites you to visit their showroom in New York City's Diamond District or browse their website at AmericanPearl.com.

About American Pearl:
In business since 1950, American Pearl has become synonymous with unsurpassed pearl jewelry designs. Always a leading innovator and trend setter, American Pearls unwavering commitment to providing you with the absolute best pearls at the absolute best prices has consistently put them in the forefront of the pearl jewelry business for over half a century.

For more information, please visit http://www.americanpearl.com/tahitianmulti.html.

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