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MING'S HAWAII 4 STRAND AKOYA PEARLS & JADE BRACELET

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MING'S HAWAII 4 STRAND AKOYA PEARLS & JADE BRACELET IN 14K GOLD, 19.50 MM WIDE

A Rare magnificent Ming's Hawaii four strand Akoya Pearls, Green Jade & 14k yellow gold Bracelet. The bracelet features four Pearl strands, with each strand containing 33 matching round cream pearls, 5.60 mm to 6.00 mm each. The four strands featuring 132 Gorgeous Akoya pearls, strung in parallel rows with two 14k cross bars to hold the strands together. The 14k yellow gold clasp features a beautifully carved green jade that measures 19.83 mm x 13.90 mm. The hidden clasp under the jade, is a hook style clasp, and a fine link chain is attached to both ends of the bracelet for added security. The carved green Jade piece has a hair line inclusion that may look like a crack, but it is a natural inclusion in the stone. As with all Ming's Hawaii pieces, the workmanship and design of this bracelet is just stunning. The structure of this bracelet gives it a lot of flexibility to sit flawlessly on your wrist. This Bracelet is 19.50 mm wide and would fit a wrist size of up to 6 inches. The bracelet is Hallmarked & stamped "Ming's" "14K" on the clasp.

Item Specifications

ITEM DETAILS Bracelet
SKU: MNG-JD-PRL-BR
Gemstones: Akoya Pearls & Green Jadeite Jade
Gemstone Shape: Round Pearls / Carved Jade
Metal: 14K Yellow Gold
Style: Four Strand Pearl Wide Bracelet
Width: 19.50 mm
Type: Signed Jewelry, Luxury Hawaiian, Collectibles, Estate, Vintage Jewelry

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From cherished jade bracelets to skillfully hand pierced gold earrings. Ming’s collection was prolific in the type of jewelry created and sold, While some Ming's jewelry collectors are looking for the brand’s pierced gold jewelry, all with motifs blending Hawaiian aura and Asian designs, others focus on the carved jade and sterling silver jewelry.

Ming’s of Honolulu was started by the artist Wook Moon in 1940 and over time became known as the “Tiffany of the Pacific,” eventually expanding beyond Honolulu to San Francisco, New York City, Miami, Houston, Ft. Lauderdale and Atlanta. Due to lack of succession, the last Ming’s store closed its doors on October, 1999. 

To this day, Ming's jewelry still attracts praise and curiosity. for more Ming's jewelry click here, or let us know your request.

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