When one is enough, we offer the Fireball Single Pearl Necklace! Want more? Check out the matching earrings HERE! We take our amazing fireball pearls and add them to a 14k rose-gold plated chain.
It is so challenging to find a full strand of these fireballs with the same fabulous mix of metallic colors. We now have some single pearls and matched pearls for Fireball Earrings, too!
Meet The Pearl Girls Fireball Pearls! These pearls were plucked straight from the Yangtze River Delta! On the edges of the mighty Yangtze River, they are culturing amazing pearls. And we just scored some of the most beautiful ones! These are all natural colors an unlike anything I have ever seen! Read more on these beauties HERE!
The Most Amazing Pearls
The most important thing to know about these Fireball Pearls is that they just might be the most amazing pearls you have ever laid your eyes on. I’m telling you, do not buy these pearls if you do not like to draw attention to yourself. Because people are going to talk about these, ask about them, insist on knowing where you got them. The Fireball Pearl Necklace is gorgeous. It is the perfect pop of pearl on chain! Want to see more? Check out the rest of our Fireball Pearl Collection!
We chose to make these on 14K rose gold fill chain. The chain really pops with these pearls. However, since we will be custom-creating your necklace, we can use any metal you prefer! Sterling Silver is the same price or you can up-charge to 14K gold!
The rose gold looks amazing with these pearls. But, we can make these in sterling silver or 14K white or yellow gold, too! Tell us how you prefer to wear your fireball!!
Obviously, you want this pearl where you can see it! And, show it off, too! A 16″ strand is just below choker length, falling at the collarbone. I always say 17″ Single Pearl Necklace fall on your neckline right where an 18″ pearl necklace does. If you choose to go 18″, this is a nice length for a variety of neck sizes. And the 20″ necklace typically showcases on the sternum, the flat bone also known as your breastbone.
The luster in so stunning! And what are you going to tell your admirers about these beauties? They are similar to the Edison Pearls that we talked about last month; they have the same crinkle like surface quality. These pearls are cultured in the Yangtze River Delta, the overflows of a huge freshwater river. In fact, the Yangtze is the third longest river in the world. You may have seen ads for boat tours along this scenic River!
No, these pearls are not always this fabulous. The colors of Yangtze pearls range from mauve to blush but these Yangtzes are metallic. As if they have been dipped in gold. Their luster is out of this world. So, no, Yangtze pearls are not *always* this fabulous. The Pearl Girls found the best for you, of course!
Some people in the pearl world refer to these pearls as Fireball Pearls. Fireballs typically have a baroque like tail, similar to our Angel Wing earrings. These are slightly baroque but are closer to round. I think the Fireball name is appropriate given the muti-colored richness of these pearls. By hue alone, these appear to be fireballs! Although, surprise, fireballs can also come in white pearls!
Fireball pearls range in size from 13mm-16mm
On 14K Rose Gold Chain