Multicolor Sapphire South Sea Pearl...
Multicolor Sapphire South Sea Pearl...
Multicolor Sapphire South Sea Pearl...

Multicolor Sapphire South Sea Pearl Tassel Rose Gold Drop Necklace

18 karat rose gold tassel necklace, featuring 52.85 carats of multicolor Sapphires. The tassel consists of a white baroque South Sea pearl entirely covered over the top by multicolor sapphire briolette drops.


Metal: 18k rose gold 


Width: 0.91 in. (23.12 mm)

Length: 18.5 in. (469.9 mm)

  • Baroque South Sea Pearl
  • Multicolor Sapphires: weight 52.85 carats in total, pear cut


Weight: 21.77 gr

COD: LU6406526732

This one-of-a-kind piece has been hand manufactured by trusted and highly qualified craftsmen according to the best Italian goldsmith tradition using the latest technology. Alex Jona hallmark 404TO guarantees the origin of the product and the precious metal content is confirmed by the official gold hallmarks. 

18 Karat Rose Gold

18k (75%) gold is the purest form of gold used for jewelry (pure 100% gold is 24 karats by definition). 18k means that 18 out of the 24 parts that make up the gold are pure gold. The most common hallmark stamps for 18 karat gold are 18K or 750 that indicate 75% gold purity. Rose gold is an alloy also known as pink gold and red gold. Although the names are often used interchangeably, the difference between red, rose, and pink gold is the copper content: the higher the copper content, the stronger the red coloration. 18K red gold means 75% gold and 25% copper. 18K rose gold means 75% gold, 22.25% copper and 2.75% silver. 18K pink gold means 75% gold, 20% copper, 5% silver.


Perhaps the best-loved gems of all time, pearls, an organic gem formed when a mollusk secretes a protective calcium carbonate based substance around an irritant, placed naturally or by man, inside the shell. The building of this protective coating, called nacre, can take 7 to 8 years. Color ranges from white to black and includes shades of pink, green and blue. Most valuable pearls are naturally produced, round, lustrous, and symmetrical. With a weak rating of 3 to 4 on the Mohs Scale, pearls must be treated kindly, avoiding contact with perfume, perspiration and hair spray, and removing pearl jewelry for strenuous activity. As June's birthstone, pearls promote good luck, love and protect children.

Pink Sapphire

Pink sapphires belong to the corundum family of minerals. They contain traces of iron, titanium, magnesium, copper and chromium that help determine its color. 

The higher the chromium content, the deeper the pink hue. In some cases, it’s difficult to distinguish a pink sapphire from a ruby. Only a gemologist will be able to make this distinction. The leading producer of natural pink sapphires is Madagascar. 

Pink sapphires were considered incredibly rare prior to the 1990s when the Madagascar mines were discovered. Pink sapphire mines are also present in Myanmar, Sri Lanka and East Africa. A pink sapphire’s place of origin doesn’t usually impact its price or value. Many cultures and people believe pink sapphires symbolize trust, loyalty and sincerity. They’re also believed to carry good fortune and intense love.The increase in popularity of pink sapphires has sparked the number of pink sapphire engagement rings on the market. Many brides prefer the unique, feminine color to a white diamond or blue sapphire. For weddings with a blush or baby pink color scheme, pink sapphires are the perfect compliment.

Yellow Sapphire

Yellow Sapphire stone is an eminently precious, yellow colored gemstone of the Corundum mineral family with Mohs scale rating of 9. Sri Lanka, Burma, Thailand, and Australia are fruitful sources of natural Yellow Sapphires. Ceylon Yellow Sapphire (Sri Lanka) is universally acclaimed for its clarity and color consistency, followed by Burmese Yellow Sapphire (Myanmar). Thailand Yellow Sapphire, African or Madagascar origins are less popular because of reduced color concentration and high inclusions. Yellow Sapphire is affiliated with Jupiter, the most powerful planet in Indian astrology, and is the birthstone for people born in the beginning of summer (June 21 - July 21)

Orange Sapphire

Orange sapphires are quite rare and are some of the most difficult sapphires to find in a natural, untreated state. Most orange sapphires today are coming from Australia and Madagascar, with others from Sri Lanka and Tanzania. The color of most orange sapphires has a secondary tone of yellow as well. Intense orange sapphires that are untreated and naturally orange color can be expensive and difficult to find in a larger carat size.

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