Dream of Moorea - Silver and Baroque Pearl Pendant, Double Strand
A beautiful baroque pearl shines from a double strand of
tanzanite and green sapphire gemstones. Dazzling, just like the
South Pacific island of Moorea, the inspiration for this floating
jewel of an island.
Hand selected Baroque pearl.
Faceted blue topaz and peridot gemstones.
Finely crafted in white rhodium over sterling silver with a
hinged enhancer; white rhodium prevents tarnish.
Double strand of tanzanite and green sapphire gemstones with
adjustable 16”, 18”, 20” chain end.
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Q's Dream of Moorea pendant was inspired by the calmness within
the atolls of the South Pacific island, Mo'orea, which is part of
French Polynesia's Society Islands archipelago. The Islands first
captivated Q’s imagination during her career as a commercial
The pendant is crafted in sterling silver with rhodium plating
for anti tarnish. Faceted blue topaz and peridot gemstones create
a beautiful frame for the hand picked baroque pearl. A double
strand of pale green sapphires and tanzanite are a soothing
tapestry for the removable pendant – bringing to mind the peace
of an Oceania Cruise to the South Pacific.
This collection featuring baroque pearls was the top seller with
our cruise ship guests. What a wonderful way to recapture the
tranquility of a cruise to the Islands, or to dream of your next
one! What are Baroque Pearls?
These are irregular pearls breaking the traditional view that
pearls have to be perfectly round and perfectly smooth. Baroque
pearls are for the modern woman who wants to make a statement.
They’re also perfect for anyone who loves the quirky and unique.
The word ‘baroque’ comes from the Portuguese term barroco which
meant imperfect, coarse or uneven pearl. According to a 1694
French dictionary, baroque was defined as a word used to describe
pearls that are imperfectly round.
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