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What You'll Get
To secure their glistening baubles from sneaky pearl divers, oysters hide all their necklaces in treasure chests disguised as sleeping sharks. Sport the attractive spoils of shark defiance with today’s Groupon: for $79, you get an 18-inch pearl necklace in a choice of eight colors from My Pacific Pearls' online store (a $450 value).
My Pacific Pearls gathers pearls from the Pacific region that go on to live above-sea-level lives as opulent necklaces, earrings, and other classic and contemporary pieces. The Maria-Theresa Reef Collection's 18-inch princess-style necklace carries 9- to 10-millimeter pearls and comes in eight naturally acquired colors, including classic white, tahitian black aubergine, tahitian black peacock, peach, gray, pink, gold, and multicolor. A 14-karat white-gold clasp unites the land's precious fabrics of land and sea. After a long day of neck draping, a complimentary satin or velour pouch securely tucks necklaces in with a kiss and a bedtime story. The pearls, which hail from oyster villages that stretch from the South Pacific to the Celebes Sea, link to form a bauble whose versatile length is intended to complement any neckline. Each necklace comes with high ratings for luster, nacre, surface, shape, and pearl matching.
Groupon customers also receive two $50 vouchers toward future purchases of any item of $100 or more among the wide array of jewelry on the My Pacific Pearls website. As with actual princesses, each princess necklace comes with care instructions and a certificate of authenticity and valuation.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 5 per order. Not valid until 11/20/11. Online only. Limit 1 $50 voucher per future visit. Allow 1-3 weeks for shipping. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.