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  • A single tiny ivory cream freshwater pearl wire wrapped gemstone charm, handmade by The Tiny Tree Frog Jewellery
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The Tiny Tree Frog

Dainty Freshwater Pearl Wire Wrapped Gemstone Charm | June Birthstone | 4mm - 6mm

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£5.55 GBP
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Add a Jump Ring?

Tiny, genuine freshwater pearl beads in a natural, ivory cream shade are securely wire wrapped to create a dainty gemstone charm ready for you to add to your own jewellery creations. Add one to a bracelet or necklace or buy two charms and use them to create pretty drop earrings.

Pearls are one of the birthstones for anyone born in the month of June and are also the traditional gift for a 30th anniversary.

This listing is for a single dangle charm, allowing you to order the exact number you need.

You can choose either silver plated, gold plated, rose gold plated, sterling silver, 14K gold filled or 14K rose gold filled finish, with or without a matching 5mm jump ring.

DETAILS AND MEASUREMENTS

  • Made to order - ready to ship in 1 to 3 working days.
  • Choose either silver plated, gold plated, rose gold plated, sterling silver, gold filled or rose gold filled wire.
  • Choose your charm with or without a matching jump ring.
  • Pearls vary in shape and size but measure an average of 4mm to 5mm across.
  • The finished charm measures approximately 11mm long (excluding jump ring).

ABOUT FRESHWATER PEARLS

Freshwater pearls are best known for their wide variety of colours, shapes and sizes, as well as their distinctive surface textures and natural, warm lustre and iridescence.

They are commercially farmed using bivalve mussels which live in rivers, creeks and lakes, mainly in China but also in Japan and the US. The pearls are formed by the mussels laying down layer upon layer of a naturally secreted compound known as nacre around a surgically implanted piece of mantle tissue. The pearl creation process takes anywhere between 2 to 7 years, after which time each mussel will produce a couple of dozen pearls, clustered inside its shell.