Pearl Lariat with Grapes Tips in Sterling Silver with Diamonds: Chinese Freshwater Pearls
Look at the attached images and you will see some of the many ways to wear the pearl lariat, with or without interchangeable clip pearl enhancers. Casually loop it like a scarf, tie it, or clip one of the many pearl enhancers, changing the look and adding colorful gemstones if you wish.
The clips can also be worn many ways, such as on different shape and/or color pearl necklaces, on beads, colored cords, etc.
This will be made to order. You might want something that wraps several times around your neck, or one that just clips in front without wrapping (see various photos). Either way, we will be sure it's the perfect length for you.
The prices quoted are for Chinese Freshwater pearls which are very beautiful and the most affordable option. Pearls come in as wide a variety of prices as wine (an appropriate metaphor for the grape tips!). Japanese Akoya pearls, South Sea pearls, and Tahitian pearls all priced upon request.
Gold Grapes contain Approximately 195 pts G-VS bezel set diamonds.
Grapes in 18K gold and diamonds on Chinese Freshwater pearl lariat
Grapes in 14K gold and diamonds on Chinese Freshwater pearl lariat
Silver Grapes contain approximately 1 carat G-VS Diamonds
Grapes in sterling silver with diamonds on Chinese Freshwater pearl lariat
The Grapes Collection includes variations of earrings, necklaces, and a ring.
Grapes: the good life. Grapes and wine have always represented joy, bonding, plenty, freedom, rebirth, altruism, abundance, the literal taste of luxury, and even Jesus. There was a reason Jesus turned water into wine for the people. And we do like our wine!
Even the way grapes grow contributes to the fruit's symbolic meaning: The grapevine, with its far-reaching tendrils that connect various, far away points, along with bunches of grapes, are wonderful metaphors for a loving society, reaching out, and connectivity. Of course, all that unity is also one of the lovely effects of wine.
The Latin phrase ‘sub rosa” (under the rose) represents secrecy and discretion. In ancient Rome as far back as 800 BCE the rose became the symbol of confidentiality. Roses decorated the ceilings of Roman dining rooms to remind guests that what was said there under the influence of wine (sub vino) was also sub rosa, under the rose. In other words - - - shhhhh - - - we can all just relax, talk, and share: life is good with wine!
The Grapes have incredible detail with an abundance of individually set diamonds giving a feeling of luxury and understated elegance. Check the graphics for the entire Grapes Collection of various earrings, necklaces, and a ring. Although a bracelet does not now exist, if you want one, just let me know and it can be custom made for you.