This stunning Freshwater Pearl Drop Necklace by Anatoli jewelers is inspired by pearl necklaces popular during the late 18th and early 19th century. Our necklace features a single string of white 6 mm rondell freshwater pearls with a beautiful 9 mm oval drop pearl as the centerpiece. The findings are made of sterling silver with a floral accent in gold vermeil at the top of the pearl drop's finding. These special details make this traditional pearl necklace unique and an excellent gift for someone special. Pair with the matching pearl earrings to complete the look.
- Freshwater pearl drop necklace
- Measures 16"L with a 2" extender chain
- Sterling silver and gold vermeil findings
- Lobster clasp
- Made in Woodstock, NY
- Ethically sourced pearls and metals
Dust pearls with a dry cloth and polish findings gently with a silver polishing cloth as needed. Do not use abrasive cleaners.
About the Maker
Anatoli designs have long been recognized for their beautiful detail, meticulous workmanship, and high-quality materials. Their collections have enjoyed a strong following, carried by high-end fashion majors, galleries, museum stores, and fine jewelers alike. Each piece is designed by Cathleen and Kostas Anatoli and made in Woodstock, New York using ethically sourced stones and only the highest quality sterling silver and 18 karat gold vermeil.
Precious and semiprecious stones were as highly prized in the colonial period as they are today, as were gold and silver. Pearls were particularly popular in America, and were worn in short lengths in single, double, and sometimes triple strands. Single large pearls were also worn from a silk ribbon.