South Sea Pearl Pendant
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Gold Pearls | Black Pearls
Gold pearls - Golden South Sea pearls are grown in the gold-lip variety of the Pinctada maxima, South Sea pearl oyster and are some of the biggest, most expensivevaluable pearls produced today. They display warm, natural, golden tones and no additives or treatments are required to maximise the beauty of these amazing gems.
Black pearls are formed when that piece of sand gets stuck in the body of a very specific type of oyster, the Tahitian black-lipped Pinctada margaritifera. The interior shell, called the nacre, of most oysters is usually a glossy white or silver but the Tahitian black-lipped oyster features a thick band of black.
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South Sea Pearls | Tahitian Pearls
South Sea cultured pearls are currently produced in the saltwater eareas throughout the Indian and Pacific Oceans, primarily in Indonesia, Australia and the Philippines. These waters are the native habitat of a large oyster known as Pinctada maxima.
The Tahitian pearl (or black pearl) is an organic gem formed from the black lip oyster (Pinctada margaritifera). These pearls derive their name from the fact that they are primarily cultivated around the islands of French Polynesia, around Tahiti.